Commercial director leaves Arval in management restructure

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Arval UK has announced a number of changes to its executive management team as former commercial director Fiona Hall leaves the business.

Robert Pieczka has returned to Arval UK as business development and marketing director, following the successful divestment of the AllStar fuel card business,

Meanwhile Fiona Hall's former role has been segmented to reflect the different needs of Arval’s corporate and SME customers.

As a result, Mike Curtis will lead the Corporate Sales division and Elliott Woodhead will lead the SME division and third party partnerships. Both are internal appointments and share more than 25 years of experience and success within the Arval UK business.

These new appointments join the existing Arval UK executive team members, reporting into Bart Beckers, Managing Director of Arval UK.

Beckers said: "We are delighted that Robert, Mike and Elliott have taken on these new challenges within the Arval UK business. They bring excellent experience, both from the UK and from across Arval, as well as a strong focus on meeting the needs of customers of all sizes and further growing the business.

"They will target initiatives that will reinforce our market leadership position and further capitalise on the scale and scope of our group. In doing this, we are well positioned to further differentiate from the competition, deliver the expert advice and service quality required to support our customers and drivers and continue the organic growth of our business in a competitive market environment."

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