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Target appoints ex-Amicus finance director to board

  • 14/06/2017
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Target appoints ex-Amicus finance director to board
Mortgage servicing firm Target Group has appointed Iestyn Evans as its chief financial officer.

Evans joins Target from Amicus Finance where he was group finance director and responsible for leading the finance function and supporting the creation of a specialist bank.

Evans has also previously held senior leadership roles at Lloyds Banking Group, Cambridge and Counties Bank and Omni Partners, an alternative investment manager. He will report into co-group CEO Ian Larkin.

He will be responsible for overseeing the financial management of the company and helping to drive its growth plans.

“Target Group is a dynamic business and now is a very exciting time to be joining,” said Evans. “It has just posted its fourth consecutive year of growth and is geared up to continue its impressive trajectory following the acquisition by Tech Mahindra last year.”

Larkin described Evans as an important addition to the executive team as it pursues its ambitious strategy.

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