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Steve Goodall to leave Legal and General Surveying Services

  • 16/02/2017
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Steve Goodall to leave Legal and General Surveying Services
Steve Goodall, managing director of Legal and General Surveying Services (LGSS), is set to quit his role after 13 years helming the firm, to join ULS Technology as MD.

After 15 years in total at the company, Goodall (pictured) said it was ‘time for a new challenge’ having been credited for transforming LGSS from a small surveying firm to a large property risk and valuation distribution business.

ULS Technology provides online B2B platforms for conveyancing and financial intermediary markets in the UK.

Goodall said: “Technology, processes and of course the quality of service required from customers are rapidly changing and there is a real opportunity now to innovate and create a more seamless and speedier outcome for the benefit of all our business partners and customers. I believe that ULS is perfectly positioned to effect real change for the benefit of all stakeholders and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to be at the forefront of leading this change and further growing what is already a very exciting and innovative business.”

He will join ULS Technology no later than 2 May. He will be responsible for the management of the firm’s core products and services and introducing and commercialising new products and services for existing and new relationships. ULS’s objective is to become the leading distributor of conveyancing services in the UK.

ULS chief executive Ben Thompson said Goodall had a first-class track record of establishing and growing relationships with lenders in the surveying sector. He added: “His appointment will enable the company to grow incrementally, as well as broaden its range of complementary products and services to businesses and to customers.”

Stephen Smith, director, housing strategy at Legal & General, said: “Steve leaves us with a great deal of goodwill and our best wishes for his new challenge in a new industry.”

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