Appointments galore as CAP creates two new departments
Daren Wiseman becomes head of values services, while Mark Norman takes the role of business services manager. They will focus on growing, refining and developing valuation products. Grayham Butler becomes head of specification services, with the same objective in relation to CAP’s New Vehicle Data, specification, comparator and configurator services.
Robert Wray becomes business research manager, while Stuart Empson is now analysis and audit manager, with responsibility for managing the integrity of CAP data and the relationships between current and future valuation products. Darren Kennedy becomes services production manager.
At cfc, his role will be to design, develop and maintain cfc’s main website and its related sites, such as corporateliability.co.uk.
Kanwal will also be responsible for promoting cfc’s web products and maintain a consistent web image for its customers.
He will be based at BCA Autoauktionen’s Neuss centre near Dusseldorf in Germany, from where he will have a pan-European brief.
Kaufmann will co-ordinate individual countries’ sales planning and liaise with UK management to promote BCA’s remarketing services across an expanding customer base. He joins BCA from General Motors, where he was executive director sales for light commercials, based in Germany. Before that he was with Ford of Germany where he was director with responsibility for fleet and government sales.
Kaufmann has also worked for Toyota, Germany, Fiat Italy and Germany and Volkswagen Italy.
His achievements in these areas are reflected in his new appointment. Pearce, who has been with FLAG since 2002, has worked in management and consultancy roles within the motor industry for the past 10 years.
Also, Chris Jager has joined as sales manager responsible for the development of local authority and public sector business across the UK. Jager’s previous position was as UK field sales executive with Chevin Fleet Solutions, selling fleet management software targeting customers including local authorities and the public sector.