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Target appoints a new chief financial officer

Target Group, the business process outsourcer, has announced the appointment of Iestyn Evans as its new chief financial officer (CFO).


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Evans has this month begun his role of CFO and will report into the group’s co-chief executive Ian Larkin. He will be responsible for overseeing the financial management of the company and helping to drive its growth plans.

 

Prior to his new position, he was group finance director at specialist lender Amicus Finance and was responsible for leading the finance function and supporting the creation of a specialist bank.

 

Evans has held senior leadership roles at Lloyds Banking Group, Cambridge and Counties Bank and Omni Partners.

 

Larkin said: “I am delighted Iestyn has joined the team at Target. He brings extensive market knowledge that is directly relevant to our business and to our clients and he has a great attitude to work and life.”

 

Evans said: “Target Group is a dynamic business and now is a very exciting time to be joining. It has just posted its fourth consecutive year of growth and is geared up to continue its impressive trajectory following the acquisition by Tech Mahindra last year.”

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