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Moneyfacts appoints non-executive director

Moneyfacts has appointed Nigel Hopwood as non-executive director.

Hopwood was formerly managing director of Assureweb and a board member of Bankhall Investment Management.

John Woods, chief executive of Moneyfacts, says: “We are delighted to have recruited someone of Nigel’s calibre.

“His board level experience in e-commerce development, IT strategy and involvement with both product providers and intermediaries makes him a valuable addition to our board.”

Hopwood adds: “I’m excited at the prospect of joining the Moneyfacts Group.

“It is highly regarded throughout the financial services industry.

“I look forward to working closely with John and his team over the coming months to help realise some of the enormous potential that Moneyfacts possesses.”


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