PLC experienced commercial manager joins Zebra LC to assist growth

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17 November 2014


John Humpherson, joins Zebra as commercial manager during a period of significant growth for the specialist due diligence and law firm consulting business.  John brings 20 years experience in business, within large multinationals as well as SMEs. He has significant experience in high growth businesses including two successful PLCs.  As an additional string to his bow, John has specific experience in the legal sector and has supported law firms building their personal injury departments post LASPO.

The changes within the personal injury sector has seen Zebra LC’s turnover double in its second year.  Recent projects include advising on technical and WIP due diligence for Fairpoint Group PLC in their acquisition of Simpson Millar and North Edge Capital in its £15million private equity investment into the UKs leading industrial disease firm Roberts Jackson.

Zebra LC’s bank projects have increased fourfold, having recently supported award winning firms Switalskis and Unity Law. With both firms embracing growth, Zebra’s due diligence for Yorkshire Bank facilitated the funding process.

The award winning due diligence business recently became an SRA Registered business recognising its involvement of highly experienced solicitors as technical auditors and its status within the legal sector as a trusted advisor to law firms and key sector stakeholders.

“I am delighted that John has now joined our management team. He brings a wealth of experience in project management and Board KPI development in high growth business including PLCs. John has been working with us as a consultant for the last 12 months but now joins us a core member of our management team,” Zoe Holland, managing director.

 



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