IAA-Advisory has added four directors to its team; Stephen Grey, Patrick Jelly, Nigel McInerney and Ian Sinclair-Ford, while Chris Storrar has retired.
In a statement, IAA-Advisory said: “These appointments demonstrate the continued growth of IAA-Advisory and its goal to build the wide ranging skill base that is essential in the current environment for the asset finance and leasing industry across all sectors.”
Stephen Grey has worked in many operational and project management roles within the UK and abroad.
Grey worked with organisations such as GE, BNP Paribas, and Aldermore, among others, and IAA said it would benefit from this experience and his operating ethos to IAA.
Patrick Jelly joins IAA from Pitney Bowes where he was the head of European operations and the leasing, rental, and payments business.
Jelly has over 30 years of industry experience, and has held senior positions at GE, AT&T, Capital, and CIT. He also has experience of change management and business transformation.
Nigel Mcinerny is a qualified accountant who joins IAA from HSBC, where he was responsible for a wide range of asset finance solutions for both UK and global clients, and developed a specialised skill energy-related financing.
McInerney has worked in organisations such as Airlease International, Kleinworth Bension, and Citibank, and has over 30 years’ experience, and gained deep understanding of the structuring of asset finance transactions.
Ian Sinclair-Ford has been involved in the asset finance industry for over 20 years. A qualified solicitor, Sinclair-Ford has worked as in-house counsel for Alliance & Leicester Commercial Finance and Capital Bank
Sinclair-Ford brings this experience, and skill and interest in data protection and data privacy within the UK, Europe, and the USA.
The leasing and asset finance consultancy also announced the retirement of its director, Chris Storrar, who joined IAA in 2010.