Foxtons high flyer moves to LRG to head up mortgages operation

The newly created position comes after LRG’s acquisitions of Stirling Ackroyd, Alexander & Co and Peter Ball expanding the group by 41 branches.

Tom Davies, Leaders Romans Group foxtons

Tom Davies has jumped ship from Foxtons’ Alexander Hall and started with Leaders Romans Group (LRG) as the company’s first Group Financial Services Managing Director.

The newly created position comes after LRG’s acquisition of Stirling Ackroyd, Alexander & Co and Peter Ball expanding the group by 41 branches and significantly enhancing its potential financial services output.


As MD for Group Financial Services Davies will work closely with Kevin Shaw, National Sales Managing Director.

Kevin Shaw, LRG National Sales
Kevin Shaw, Leaders Romans Group

Shaw says: “LRG is proud to offer an end-to-end property service – from land sales and planning through to property sales and lettings, along with many specialist divisions including mortgage and insurance advice.

“Expanding our financial services division and making this senior team appointment forms part of our exciting growth strategy.”

He adds: “In 2024 our plans are to further develop our Financial Services multichannel and online propositions whilst also maintaining a significant high street mortgage adviser presence.”


He adds: “While we are scaling up, it is also important that we retain the entrepreneurial spirit and agility that has driven the company’s success to date.

“These qualities are very much present in Tom’s background and skill set, and we are looking forward to our mortgage business going from strength to strength.”

Davies (main picture) says: “For both aspiring and existing homeowners or investors the need for quality advice on mortgages and related products, such as life and income protection cover, has never been more important. I’m committed that we continue to deliver this to LRG’s growing client-base.”

Leaders Romans Group employs around 3,250 people and now has over 300 estate agency branches.

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