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.
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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