Charlotte Vitty has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the British Transport Police Authority. Most recently Charlotte has been working as the Acting Chief Executive since January, having been Finance Director for the previous two years. A qualified accountant, Charlotte has over 15 years’ experience in both private practice and the commercial market.
She spent five years with PwC working primarily with entrepreneurs and private equity Boards as an audit senior manager, covering a multitude of industries from web based service providers Ebay and Jobserve, to fashion retailers Jigsaw and Phase Eight. After leaving PwC, Charlotte joined Instant Group as the Financial Director where she worked alongside the founder and MD to grow the business.
Esther McVey, Chairman of the BTPA said, “I am delighted to announce that Charlotte Vitty has been offered and accepted the role of Chief Executive of the British Transport Police Authority. Despite stiff competition from the other applicants, Charlotte’s experience and skills marked her out as the best candidate.
“The BTPA has a very demanding workload at the moment but I am confident that Charlotte has all the required skills and is more than capable of achieving success. Most recently, she has proved herself during her time as Acting Chief Executive and I am sure she will be very successful in the role.”