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Underwriting expansion.

SAMPO INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE is expanding its Midlands operation with the appointment of Adam Lewis in the Birmingham office as regional property underwriter.

Accountancy firm BAKER TILLY boosts its West Midlands tax team with the promotion of partner designate Jan Ellis to tax partner at its Birmingham office.

BURGIS & BULLOCK corporate finance has appointed Grant Howard as a director of its expanding corporate finance business at Leamington Spa.

Structural steelwork firm CONDER STRUCTURES of Burton-on-Trent has made three senior appointments.

They are Steve Hudson as sales director, Terry Harrison commercial director for business development and Gordon Ridley as technical director.

Sara Fowler has been made a partner in the Birmingham-based central region forensic accounting group of ERNST & YOUNG.

Commercial property company NAI GOOCH WEBSTER in Birmingham has announced John Roberts as an associate director.

Law firm HAMMOND SUDDARDS EDGE, Birmingham, has recruited Rajita Sharmato to its intellectual property practice.

Accountants BENTLEY JENNISON has 'poached' Glyn Everett from Customs & Excise in Birmingham as VAT manager following 11 years with the Excise.

Warwickshire Mail and records management provider TNT has a appointed Bob Black as its new divisional managing director. He will have responsibility for an annual revenue of more than pounds 20 million with 200 staff across the UK.

Cameron Gray is to become president and chairman of the Midland's region of the NATIONAL FEDERATION OF BUILDERS.

Mr Gray, who is managing director of JJ & AR Jackson, will represent more than 500 builders and contractors in the region.

Pharmacy retail group NUMARK has appointed Stephen Marks as financial director.

The Tamworth-based group has also taken on Nin Sanghera as its new NHS business manager.

Brian Price has become managing director of FERROLI, the Birmingham subsidiary of Italian boiler manufacturer FERROLI SPA.

PINK HOME LOANS, based in Lichfield, Staffordshire, has appointed Mike Mitchell as national sales manager to spearhead a new nationwide sales drive.

Ian Singleton has been promoted to Birmingham director of NIGEL LAWRENCE PARTNERSHIP, which advertises on property matters for the petroleum and motor industry.

Ian, aged 47, spent 15 years with Shell's retail property unit in the Midlands before joining the group last year.

The SOLIHULL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION has strengthened its team with the appointment of Liz Martin and David Pearce as joint trustees.

Retired educationalist John Robottom is to become development officer for the Foundation.

Residential housebuilder MORRIS HOMES has appointed Sue Good as its new marketing manager.

The role follows the company's recent acquisition of Allen Homes, the company which has developments in the Midlands, Lincolnshier and throughout England.

Midlands group ARTHUR SHAW has appointed Tim Curle as finance director. He joins from Sotheby's where he was European finance director. Previously he was with Geac Computer and Price Waterhouse International.

just the job t/c


Nin Sanghera and Stephen Marks, of Numark Baker Tilly's Jan Ellis, left, and Mike Mitchell, of Pink Home Loans
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Date:Nov 11, 2000
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