Matched ethos makes professional services move a ‘natural next step’

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 17 Jul 2018

AN AMBITION to grow and develop an already pro-active and forward-thinking law firm has been spelled out by new Wilkin Chapman head of marketing and business development, Nick Greenwood.

With an extensive background in corporate banking and commercial business, with Barclays and RSM, he brings an ethos of putting people, the brand, and growth at the heart of the organisation.

“This position is the next, natural step for me and I am thrilled to be joining a firm that is both progressive and forward-thinking,” said Nick, who is relishing the prospect of helping to steer a regional firm with “true ambition”. 

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He will be dividing his time between the firm’s six offices across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire.

“I have a vision that is perfectly matched to that of the team here at Wilkin Chapman and we are ideally placed to take this business forward for the benefit of the region, our people and our clients,” he added.

With more than 400 employees, Wilkin Chapman is the 106th largest law firm in the UK, and number one in the wider Humber area.

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Chief executive Des Mannion is delighted to welcome Nick to the team, as he looks to ensure Wilkin Chapman continues to expand, cementing its impressive national position.

“As the firm grows, it is important to have a strong operational and management structure to aid development of our services to clients and keep us at the forefront of the legal profession,” he said. “Nick brings a wealth of expertise in professional services and I look forward to utilising his experience in helping to drive the future growth of the firm.”



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