Job to die for: Regional DIrector, Lloyds TSB
Nick Elliott picks up the gong for this weeks job of the
week, joining Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance as regional director. The
former KPMG man will be responsible for maintaining the company’s position
within the asset backed lending market whilst also developing new sales
opportunities amongst mid-market businesses. Elliott will be responsible for six
locally based regional managers and business development directors.
Robert Smyth has joined ReEnergy Group, the
sustainable waste management company, as its finance director. Smyth has
experience in the energy efficiency market, having been FD of KP Renewables,
which deals in research and development of renewable energy.
has been promoted to senior tax manager at the Norwich office of Larking
Gowen. Goodswen joined the firm in 1987 before focusing her talents more on
personal and capital tax issues in 2001.
Peter Linnell has stepped down from his role as the chief
finance officer of Grey Global Group, the marketing communications specialists,
to take up the position of group financial controller and FD designate of
advertising company Adventis. In his former role at Grey’s, Linnell
oversaw advertising and media and held various operational roles.
Peter Stevenson joins FirstCity Partnership
Limited, the insurance and advisory firm, at the same time as the company opens
a regional office in Manchester. Recruited as the company’s partner to lead its
expansion, Stevenson has been in the region for some time as partner of the
Manchester based Willis Group, the international insurance company.
Cowgill Holloway and Warings Business Advisors have merged, with a range of growth plans in the North West put in place
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Three former Tesco executives, including the former finance director of Tesco UK, have been charged with fraud by the Serious Fraud Office in relation to a £263m accounting scandal at the retailer.