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Adam Tyler to step down as CEO of NACFB

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  • 28/10/2016
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Adam Tyler to step down as CEO of NACFB
Adam Tyler, CEO of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB), has announced he is to step down at the end of the year after 11 years of service.

Tyler joined NACFB in 2005 after he left his position at NatWest and he has been credited for helping build the Association’s recognition within Westminster and building its reputation with regulators.

However, as NACFB moves into its next phase of FCA activity away from admissions and into supervision, both Tyler and the Board felt new leadership was needed to drive the Association forward to the next stage of its growth.

Tyler will leave the NACFB with effect from 31 December 2016 as Board members, both past and present, thanked him for his work over the years.

Association Chairman, Paul Goodman, added: “The NACFB and I wish Adam well for his future endeavours and I am looking forward to working with Adrian Coles, my vice chairman, and the rest of the Board ‎during this next chapter of the association’s history.”

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