dmgi::land&property europe announces senior appointment

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23 July 2015


Searchflow200xdmgi::land&property europe has confirmed that Greg Bryce has been appointed managing director of SearchFlow, the UK’s leading conveyancing search provider.

Greg will join SearchFlow on 23rd July 2015 and takes responsibility for all of SearchFlow’s operations across England & Wales.

Mark Milner, CEO, dmgi::land&property europe said: “Greg’s track record at dmgi::land&property europe has been excellent, as it was previously at the Digital Property Group, 118118 and Verizon.

“He has an enormous wealth of industry experience and proven business expertise and this, combined with his deep understanding of the conveyancing market, means he is well-placed to hit the ground running. He is joining SearchFlow at a great time as it expands its strong market position and launches a series of new innovations and product developments.”

Greg adds, “I am very much looking forward to taking on the role of managing director at SearchFlow. I am keen for us to work more closely with residential and commercial conveyancing practices of all sizes to ensure that we provide them with the best possible service.

“Our aim is to help our clients identify and manage risk in the conveyancing process, whilst also providing innovative solutions to help them grow their businesses.”

For more information regarding dmgi::land&property europe, visit www.dmgilp.co.uk



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