TM Group appoints Michael Arnold as IT director

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8 November 2011


Michael Arnold has been appointed IT director for Legal Futures Associate TM Group (UK) Limited.

Mr Arnold joins TM from TrigoldCrystal (formerly Crystal Software Solutions), where he was head of software development and IT operations. He brings a wealth of experience in managing business growth and transformation within the IT industry including solutions for mortgage lenders and other large financial institutions.

Joining TM at a time of considerable growth, Mr Arnold will lead a growing team of developers who design and deliver a range of online services to local authorities, mortgage lenders, conveyancers and property search suppliers.

He says: “Having experience of creating bespoke solutions for the mortgage and financial services industry, I am delighted to have this opportunity to drive TM Group’s IT operations forward not only to help improve existing services, but also to develop new solutions.

Paul Albone, managing director of TM Group, says: “With the housing market at an all-time low, it is a good time to invest in new developments. TM is realising some ambitious growth plans as we begin to enter new markets associated with the conveyancing process and so Michael’s appointment will bring valuable strength to our management team.”

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