Oyez Professional Services appoints new Managing Director, Chairman and Business Development Director

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15 January 2018


Oyez Professional ServicesOyez Professional Services announces that Paul Clyde has been promoted from Deputy Managing Director to Managing Director. Paul takes over from outgoing MD Nick Hodges who moves to the role of Chairman.

Nick Hodges will be responsible for Chairing the Oyez Board, and assisting Paul Clyde and the senior management team with strategy, planning and key business issues and decisions.

In another senior appointment, Mathew Francis joins Oyez Professional Services as Business Development Director. Francis has over 20 years’ experience working with large and medium sized law firms. He possesses legal (LPC) and management (MBA) qualifications and joins Oyez from Thomson Reuters where he was a business development manager working with the Legal 100.

Matthew will be working with law firms, providing innovative solutions and helping to increase profitability.

Oyez Professional Services managing director Paul Clyde comments: “I am delighted to welcome Matt to Oyez. He brings depth and a range of experience and will be utilising our new digital services for 2018 to help clients with risk management, compliance and driving efficiencies across their organisations”.

Oyez Professional Services Chairman Nick Hodges comments: “These changes are designed to ensure the long-term success of the Oyez business, building on the success of recent years. We have some tremendous opportunities and very exciting plans, and I look forward to greater success in the future.”



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