Spicerhaart has confirmed that its Operations Director Paul Sloan (pictured) has left the company.
The confirmation comes after several members of staff at Haart contacted The Negotiator to say that he had not been seen or heard from for over a month, leading to speculation that he was about to exit the firm.
The reason for his departure have not been revealed and Spicerhaart said it does not comment on internal matters, although the company has told staff that it was his decision to heave the business.
Sloan has worked at Spicerhaart for ten years and prior to that was Managing Director of 20-branch Sussex agency King & Chasemore.
He has been a high-profile member of the Spicerhaart senior team and was involved in Haart being a founder member of the Safeagent CMP scheme (formerly NALS) in 2011 along with Foxtons and several other agents.
Sloan was on the Steering Committee of the then National Approved Lettings Scheme (later rebranded as Safeagent) and a key promoter of its benefits for letting agents, and also a keen fund raiser for the Magic Moments charity. He was also instrumental in signing up Spicerhaart’s lettings operations to the Teclet platform.
Spicerhaart Managing Director Antony Lark (pictured) confirmed: “Our Operations Director for Lettings, Paul Sloan, has decided to move on and we wish him all the best for the future.
Meanwhile, after a tremendously positive start to 2021, we are focusing on our plans for the year ahead.”