Adrian Rushmore is leaving his role as editorial director at Cap HPI in September.
During his five years at Cap HPI, Rushmore (pictured) has expanded the team in the UK and put in place an international structure with experts in Germany and France.
Over this period the company has also invested in growing its team of data experts to ensure that this data can be used for a wide range of intelligence based offerings.
Chris Wright, managing director of Cap HPI, said: “Adrian has made a big contribution to the business over the last five years. He has underpinned our efforts to grow and evolve our data and analyst offer in the UK and internationally.
“Adrian has led a team that has put in place class-leading editorial functions that remain the envy of the industry. I'd personally like to thank Adrian for the unstinting passion and commitment he has given Cap HPI during his tenure. He is a true gentleman.”
Over the past five years, Cap HPI has expanded its reach in the UK, launched a future valuations service, Gold Book, led by Dylan Setterfield and a live valuations product, Black Book Live, led by Derren Martin.
Rushmore said: “After more than 30 years in the industry, it is time to spend a little more time doing different things at a less hectic pace.
“I’m hugely proud of all we’ve accomplished at Cap HPI in the last five years. We have evolved into an international business that combines data, technology and insight for the biggest names in our industry, spanning manufacturers to finance, retail and digital providers.”
The company recently announced it had doubled the size of its data and product development teams to enable it to handle more data and create applications for customers to access it.
It has also invested in new industry experts for its UK and European valuation services. The move saw staff numbers leap to 350 from 160 18 months ago and a multi-million-pound investment in the technology and systems that support them.