Significant growth for TM Group prompts new senior management appointments

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30 January 2015


TMGroup200TM Group is delighted to announce the addition of Carole Marsden and Jon Horton to their senior management team. This change has been made in response to the significant growth the company have experienced in recent years and to help reshape the organisational structure to continue to offer unrivalled levels of customer support.

Having previously held the title of national sales Manager, Carole has now been promoted to the role of sales director – TMSearch, to reflect her outstanding leadership of the national sales team and commitment to the company, having been at TM since 2003.

TM group has made immense progress in the past four years and to help support Carole in her new role, two further additions were made in the latter stages of 2014 to bolster the sales teams with Tony O’Reilly, formerly of Rightmove, appointed regional sales manager for the north; and Nick Ball, formerly of OneSearchDirect, made regional sales manager for the south.

TM Group are also pleased to welcome Jon Horton to the senior management team as account director of TM Secure. Established in 2012, TM Secure services a growing number of clients. It provides risk management and online panel management functionality that connects various parties to a transaction, including the lender and the consumer. With seamless connectivity it facilitates document collaboration to improve the customer journey and speed up the transaction. Jon has been with TM Group for more than 12 years and his promotion recognises his commitment, hard work and success during this time.

Managing director of TM Group, Paul Albone said: “I am delighted to welcome Carole and Jon to the senior management team. These appointments have been made to reflect their hard work and success over the past few years but also in anticipation of the exciting developments we have in the pipeline, which will see TM continue to take on new challenges in an ever-changing property market to deliver the best service possible for our customers.”



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