The Credit Services Association has confirmed the appointment of its new board and members’ respective portfolios.
Adam Wonnacott, business development director at Marston Holdings, has been appointed to the new portfolio of sales/services to members, with a particular focus on developing non-membership revenue streams. Stuart Sykes, group customer operations director at MyJar, takes on responsibility for another new portfolio – technology – while past CSA president Leigh Berkley will take charge of European and public affairs.
David Sheridan, operations director at Arc Europe, moves from the debt buyers portfolio to join Motormile Finance’s chief executive Denise Crossley in having responsibility for SMEs. He is also taking on responsibility for apprenticeships and special projects.
1st Credit chief executive Eddie Nott similarly moves from being treasurer to being in charge of buyer relations. Nick Cherry, managing director at Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK), now takes on the role of treasurer as well as his duties as CSA vice president.
Yvonne MacDermid and David Hutchinson continue as portfolio directors for consumer/money advice liaison, and education, knowledge and development respectively. Sara de Tute and Charley Taggart will share the legal and regulatory affairs portfolio, while Tom Chandos continues as senior independent director.
CSA president John Ricketts said: “The new portfolios reflect the changing needs of the membership and our industry, as well as the strength, depth and expertise within the CSA board.”