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Changes to Moneybarn leadership team

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Peter Minter

MONEYBARN, a division of Provident Financial Group, today announced a number of changes to its leadership team.

Peter Crook, chief executive of Provident Financial Group, the UK’s leading suppliers of personal credit products to the non-standard lending market, is stepping down as non-executive chairman of the Moneybarn board to become a non-executive director.

Peter Minter, Moneybarn’s managing director, is moving to the role of non-executive chairman. During his 14 years as managing director, Peter has driven the growth of the company from a niche finance provider to the UK’s leading non-prime motor finance company.

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Shamus Hodgson

Shamus Hodgson will move from his current role as commercial director to the position of managing director.

Peter Minter said: ‘After a thoroughly enjoyable time as managing director, I am delighted to move onto my new role as non-executive chairman. I am equally delighted that Shamus Hodgson will step into the role of managing director and I am confident that his experience of the business and the industry will continue to drive Moneybarn forward.’

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Rebecca has been a motoring and business journalist since 2014, previously writing and presenting for titles such as the Press Association, Auto Express and Car Buyer. She has worked in many roles for Car Dealer Magazine’s publisher Blackball Media including head of editorial.

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