Property Consortium Group has made additional new senior appointments.
Peter Cornthwaite joins Property Consortium Group as its new Finance Director and Mark Fouracre joins as Business Account Manager. Earlier this week we announced the appointment of Stuart Markham to lead the development of our specialist third party motor property service.
The appointments come during an exciting period of growth for the Group. The firm’s annual turnover has grown significantly in recent years, driven by the expansion of the supplier network, the development of innovative IT-led services for policyholders and a number of sizeable new contract wins from major UK insurers.
Peter joins from Blackpool Pleasure Beach Group where he was Group Finance Director for 20 years. Prior to this, Peter held finance positions at NEXT plc and Time Warner Inc.
Mark joins from LAS Claims Management, where he was Client Development Manager. Before this, Mark held a number of roles at Waylett & Co, including Key Account Manager and Surveyor Manager.
Jeremy Hyams, CEO, Property Consortium Group, said: “As a fast-growing company these are especially important appointments for us. Customer service is at the centre of everything we do, so Peter’s experience in a customer-focused sector will be invaluable. Mark’s impressive surveying and business development experience, meanwhile, will help us take our client servicing to new levels.”.
Peter said: “It’s exciting to be joining Property Consortium Group at this important stage in the firm’s growth trajectory. As well as safeguarding the Group’s excellent credit rating and sound financials, I will work with Jeremy and the rest of the team to ensure that our future growth is based on solid and sustainable foundations.”
Mark said: “Property Consortium Group has a strong track record of building successful long-term client relationships by constantly innovating its products and services. I’m looking forward to developing new commercial relationships and expanding existing ones as we take the business forward.”
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