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Hopwood joins Moneyfacts

Moneyfacts has announced the appointment of Nigel Hopwood as a non-executive director.

Following his roles as managing director of Assureweb and IT and operations manager and board member at Bankhall, Hopwood has returned to the industry in a non-executive role.

Moneyfacts chief executive John Woods says: “We are delighted to have recruited someone of Nigel’s calibre. His board level experience in e-commerce development, IT strategy and involvement with both product providers and intermediaries makes him a valuable addition to our board.”

Hopwood says: “I am excited at the prospect of joining the Moneyfacts Group. It is highly regarded throughout the financial services industry. I look forward to working closely with John and his team over the coming months to help realise some of the enormous potential that Moneyfacts possesses.”

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