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Court Enforcement Services announces board changes

Court Enforcement Services has rearranged its senior staff as part of a reshaping of its leadership team.


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Frank Millerick and Daren Simcox of Court Enforcement Services
Frank Millerick and Daren Simcox of Court Enforcement Services

Daren Simcox and Frank Millerick, founders of the company, had been acting as joint managing directors until this year.

 

Simcox is now sole managing director, focussing on company operations and commercial direction, and Millerick is now group chairman working on compliance and business strategy.

 

Simcox said the company is reshaping its organisational and management structure which will “safeguard” its core services such as individual client attention and collection performance.

 

Millerick also said the shake up would lead to a greater focus on innovation and investment in technology.

 

He said that would include the development of Court Enforcement Services’ online Agent Patroller app, which allows customers to access their case data in real time.

 

The company is also moving to new offices, three times the size of its current premises, in Essex.

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