NACFB announces change in leadership for 2013

NACFB announces change in leadership for 2013




The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) has appointed a new Chairman to head the trade body's board in 2013 and 2014.

The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) has appointed a new Chairman to head the trade body’s board in 2013 and 2014.
 
Marcus Grimshaw, Owner at master brokerage Fiducia Commercial Solutions, has been named as Chairman following the NACFB’s first board meeting of the year, held on 10 January.
 
Marcus has been a Director at the Association since 2009 and, most recently, was elected Vice Chairman in 2011.
 
Speaking about his new role, Marcus Grimshaw said: “Having recently celebrated the NACFB’s 20th Anniversary and been closely involved as a main board member in guiding the association through four years of tremendous change in our industry. I am delighted to have been voted into the Chair for the next two years, and I believe that during this period we will experience the defining moments on our road to recovery. 
 
“We start this year in our prestigious new offices in London. I am very excited about the challenges and opportunities that are ahead of us”
 
Speaking about the Association’s plans for 2013, he added: “Our main focus this year includes training and education, increasing our brand awareness and providing more benefits for our members.  
 
“I am pleased to be able to continue to work with Adam Tyler and his team in the new London office as well as what I would describe as very strong board of directors. With this in mind I feel very confident that all our objectives will be achieved.”
 
Chief Executive of the NACFB, Adam Tyler, said: “As I have worked alongside Marcus even before his appointment four years ago, I am delighted that the Board has decided to appoint him as Chairman for the next two years. 
 
“I have no doubt that 2013 will be another challenging but exciting year for the NACFB and all commercial finance brokers, so it is vital that the Association has a strong Board to guide its members through another uncertain period.”

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