People: Legal director joins law firm’s family team; Young’s Seafood recruits Hallmark director as CFO; and more
Family lawyer Jane Ingleby has joined Clarion’s family law team as a legal director.
Ingleby, who is returning to Leeds after working in Manchester, has significant experience across all aspects of family law including divorce, finances, nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements and children-related matters.
“I believe that the law should not be ‘one size fits all’; instead, I always work to achieve the best result for each individual client whilst also making sure that they have a clear understanding of the possible outcomes from the start,” she said.
“People come to us at what is usually an extremely distressing time in their lives and it is very rewarding to help them work through that period and achieve the best possible outcome. Clarion’s approach fits perfectly with this and I’m excited to be joining such a client focused team.”
Justine Osmotherley, partner and head of the family law team at Clarion, added: “We all share a common aim of putting our clients first – using our skills and empathy to support people through divorce and family breakdown is at the heart of what we do. With her strong track record in family law, Jane will be a valuable addition to the team. ”
Young’s Seafood has announced the appointment of Tim Busby as chief financial officer.
With extensive UK and international experience, in Germany, France and Portugal, Busby has worked in the food and consumer-facing industries for eighteen years. He currently holds a directorship at Hallmark, where he is responsible for the finance and strategy of the international group of companies with a total turnover of £300m, comprising businesses in the UK, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the USA.
Busby previously worked for six years with the Orangina Schweppes Group as group finance director and prior to this undertook a number of senior finance roles across Cadbury Schweppes.
He will succeed Malcolm Lofts who will retire from the role, and as a board member, on December 31. Lofts will continue to support the company in an advisory capacity.
Busby said: “I’m delighted to be joining the team at Young’s Seafood. Young’s is a business with a high capability and a reputation for quality across multiple categories supplying into the retail and foodservice sectors.
“The company is making significant progress in executing its strategic plan and I am very much looking forward to playing a role in driving the business forward.”
His appointment will take effect in January.
Data science and marketing specialist Jaywing has further expanded its data science team, appointing Dr Catherine Kelly as a senior consultant.
Jaywing’s team of data scientists is now more than 70 strong. It offers a rapidly developing portfolio of data and marketing services to clients across a variety of sectors, including retail, financial services and travel and leisure, working with brands including The Swinton Group, Jet2 and first direct.
Kelly has a strong retail background, having previously held the role of senior manger within the data science team at Asda.
Ben O’Brien, managing director, Jaywing said: “We are delighted to welcome Catherine to our growing team of talented data scientists. Jaywing has already set the standard in data science in our industry and we are excited about the next stage in our ambitious strategy. As the sophistication of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, and the availability of data grows, it’s critical that brands are supported by people with the right data skills. This combination of new technology and data expertise will be key to how the marketing landscape evolves over the next five years.”
Audio visual systems business Saville Audio Visual, based in York, has announced the appointment of Gareth Gray as national sales manager for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
With a primary focus on the corporate sector, he will be focusing on developing strategic business relationships with clients and partners throughout the territories, delivering innovative solutions across a wide and varied portfolio that also includes education, health, retail and the public sectors.
Gray said: “I have watched our industry evolve and grow rapidly as AV has become an integral part of working and learning environments. My mission has always been to provide solutions which are reliable, easy to use and offer great value to clients, something that I know also lies at the heart of the Saville ethos.”