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The Institute of Car Fleet Management appoints new council member

The Institute of Car Fleet Management (ICFM) has appointed Paul Hollick, general manager sales development at Alphabet (GB) Limited, to an enlarged eleven-member Council.

Chairman of the ICFM, Roddy Graham, commented: "With Paul Hollick's appointment, we have strengthened our Council further, which is now eleven-strong. We are obviously delighted to welcome someone of Paul's experience and trust that he, along with recent new appointees - Mark Holyoake and Marie Jarrold, makes his presence felt quickly."

Paul Hollick, a Member (MICFM) of the ICFM, has extensive experience of building and developing business in the fleet industry. He moved into his current role at multi-marque car leasing company Alphabet in 2007, where he is responsible for all new business activity and related support functions. He also has product responsibility for car hire, fleet risk, Motivational Leasing and environmental products as well as its strategic consultancy offering.

Paul joined Alphabet from Inchcape Fleet Solutions where, as head of finance and IT from 2003 to 2007, he played a key role in building up the company following its earlier rebranding from Kenning Leaseline.

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