LATEST: Another Countrywide exec hired by Nick Dunning Associates

Vince Corley joins as the company's new Managing Director for Sales and Financial Services after many years at Countrywide.

Nick Dunning Associates has poached another former senior Countrywide executive, Vince Corley (pictured, below), to be its Managing Director for Sales and Financial Services.

At Countrywide Vince headed up the company’s mortgage sales force and estate agency division and was also a key player in several agency acquisitions.

He also drove Countrywide’s integration of group services within its agency business and increased its number of lettings branches.

Nick Dunning Associates, which recently acquired Townends and Regents through the purchase of its parent company Badger Holdings as well as independent Adams Property, has also hired Stephen Wilson (pictured, below) to be its Managing Director of Professional Services.

He is a Chartered Surveyor with more than 40 years’ experience both in the UK but also overseas.

Stephen’s most recent role was to manage the sale of Stirling Ackroyd for the estate of its late owner, which was eventually sold to Nick Dunning Associates in July this year. Stephen has been running the business for Nick Dunning since the sale.

Professional services

He will focus on expanding professional services for Nick Dunning Associate’s growing client base including surveying, land and new homes and commercial property, which is a key growth area for the business, while continuing to run Stirling Ackroyd.

“I am delighted to welcome Vince and Stephen as managing directors,” says Chief Executive Nick Dunning (pictured, top).

“Both bring a wealth of expertise to our leadership team and they will be key in strengthening our position and continuing our successful expansion.

“We have an ambitious growth strategy across all our entities and are particularly excited about the opportunities that lie within our commercial property division, within which we are currently in the process of repositioning our client offering.”



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