tmgroup announce Jamie Shah as new key account manager

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18 April 2016

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Jamie Shah, new key account manager

tmgroup have today announced the appointment of experienced industry professional Jamie Shah, who will serve as Key Account Manager for the South of England.

Having joined tmgroup in March 2015 as business development manager, Jamie has now been promoted to look after Legal 100 firms in the South.

With a decade of experience in the property market, Jamie calls upon a wealth of knowledge and expertise and is looking forward to working closely with our existing portfolio of clients to bring them market-leading online property and conveyancing solutions.

Having begun his career at Bairstow Eves, an estate agency part of Countrywide Group, Jamie was then head hunted by CLC-regulated firm Fridays Property Lawyers and managed a sales team of a dozen people there for 3 years.

Jamie then worked with foreign investors in Canary Wharf at high-end residential estate agency Felicity J Lord and, most recently before joining tmgroup, was at unique start-up company Lifetime Legal helping to bring estate agents and property solicitors closer together.

Speaking about his promotion, Jamie said:

“I’m extremely excited to continue working with a number of top firms across the south, having been covering the role for the past couple of months. tmgroup are a really exciting company to be at and I’m delighted that my hard work and years of experience have been rewarded.”

Sales and marketing director, Ben Harris, said this:

“Jamie has proven himself to be a valuable member of the team and I’m really pleased we can take this opportunity to recognise his contribution to the business. As we continue to innovate we are excited to see the impact he will have, particularly as we diversify our product range and introduce new, unique services to both residential and commercial conveyancers.”

To discover how tmgroup can work best with you, please call Jamie on 07977 256783 or email


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