Meet and greet

By Simon Rocker, July 22, 2013

The London Board for Shechita has paid tribute to the man who put it on a sound financial footing.

David Rose, who is making aliyah after seven years as director, said that when he arrived, the meat authority owed £80,000 to the banks and £60,000 to other creditors.

Now arrears were less than £10,000, there were no outstanding creditors and it had £800,000 in cash and investments, “earning money which keep shechitah fees down each year”.

Shechitah fees charged for meat production were now lower than in 2005, he pointed out.

Last updated: 11:45am, July 22 2013