James Gibb Residential Factors appoints Finance and Acquisitions Director

James Gibb Residential Factors has appointed Euan Haggerty to its Board as Finance and Acquisitions Director as the firm looks to expand its foothold in the Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen markets.

Chartered Accountant and associate member of the Association of Corporate Treasurers, Euan comes with a wealth of experience having previously held the role of Finance Director at Miller Developments, a commercial property development business, and worked within corporate and operational finance roles at The Royal Bank of Scotland.

Douglas Weir, Chief Executive of James Gibb and Director of James Gibb’s parent Company, Strathspey Capital, said: “Euan is a fantastic addition to our board and I am delighted to welcome him to the team. He brings significant experience in terms of operational finance and will play a key role as we continue to seek merger and acquisition opportunities. I look forward to working together as we grow the business and continue to provide a first class service to customers.”

“This is an exciting time for our industry where consolidation of existing factoring businesses will lead to improved resources and enhanced technological ability which will result in an enhanced customer service package.”


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