Property software giant Reapit has found a new CEO three months after previous incumbent Gary Barker quit to join Boomin.Reapit’s new boss is Mark Armstrong who takes over from interim CEO Adrian Gill, who is to remain with the company.Armstrong brings with him over 30 years of experience in the IT industry having worked in senior leadership roles in diverse sectors including enterprise application support, application development, SaaS and business process management.Before joining Reapit, Armstrong was the Group Vice-President and General Manager EMEA at Rimini Street, a market leader in third-party support. Prior to that he held positions at Progress and LexisNexis, where he was responsible for driving many of the property industry data integration standards.Reapit and its customers across the globe are expected to benefit significantly from Armstrong’s international experience and in-depth understanding of delivering market leading technology.Park Durrett (left), MD of Accel-KKR (which backed Reapit’s management buyout in 2017) and a member of the board, says: “Mark’s accomplished background in software and technology services makes him an ideal candidate to take over the CEO position at Reapit”.Armstrong, says: “Reapit is a strong business and a respected, well-known brand name in the proptech sphere, and I am looking forward to working with everyone on the team to continue delivering feature-rich, innovative estate agency CRM solutions for agents across the UK and internationally.Former CEO Gary Barker left the company but announced soon afterward he would not be joining Boomin after all.Mark Armstrong Park Durrett gary barker Reapit November 19, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » BREAKING: Reapit reveals new CEO three months after Barker’s shock departure previous nextProptechBREAKING: Reapit reveals new CEO three months after Barker’s shock departureProptech giant names Mark Armstrong, an IT industry senior player with some property industry experience, as its new boss.Nigel Lewis19th November 20200520 Views
Universities Superannuation Scheme, National LGPS Framework, Norfolk County Council, De Nederlandsche Bank, ASR Financial Markets, CFA Society Netherlands, Hunter Douglas, Martin Currie, Sarasin and Partners, Aegon, Prudential, LGIM Real AssetsUniversities Superannuation Scheme – USS has grown its private markets team, hiring six new staff, including one from BP UK’s in-house manager. Anna Barath, Diogo Belo, Fabienne Trevere, Hesham Hussein and Tom Kelly have joined USS Investment Management as analysts, while Emma Singh has been hired as an associate to help manage the direct portfolio. National LGPS Framework – Norfolk County Council has appointed Nigel Keogh as development and operations manager for the local government pensions scheme (LGPS) national framework initiative, a collaborative effort by more than 20 of the funds for joint procurement. The new position will be fully funded from the savings of the initiative. Keogh is currently pensions technical manager at the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, which he joined in 2006. He will take up his new role at the beginning of 2016.De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) – Nicole Stolk has been appointed secretary-director at the Dutch regulator, becoming responsible for internal business. She will start in her new role on 1 February. Stolk is currently deputy secretary-general at the Ministry of Security and Justice. She is to succeed Femke de Vries, who left DNB to join the board of communications at the Netherlands’s other supervisor, the Financial Markets Authority (AFM). ASR Financial Markets – Hedwig Peters has been appointed head of fiduciary management. In recent years, Peters has been active in board and supervisory roles at a number of Dutch pension funds, including the schemes for public transport (SPOV) and the recreational sector (Recreatie), and for the company Sabic. Between 2006 and 2010, she served as CIO at Allianz Netherlands. Peters is currently a board member of the Pensioenfonds HaskoningDHV.CFA Society Netherlands – Jacco Heemskerk has been voted chairman of the forum for investments, economics and finance. Heemskerk succeeds Hilko de Brouwer, who has been at the helm of the CFA for the last seven years. Heemskerk is managing director of the Dutch pension fund of Royal Bank of Scotland.HunterDouglas – Rik Albrecht, a fiduciary investment consultant, has been appointed chairman of the investment committee of the pension fund of Hunter Douglas. Albrecht is already a member of the supervisory board (RvT) of Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance, as well as chairman of the investment committee for Owase, the pension fund of the employers association of same name.MartinCurrie – Mark Whitehead has been appointed to the newly created position of head of equity income. He joins from Sarasin and Partners, where he was head of equity income team and lead portfolio manager for the global equity income range.Aegon – Allegra van Hövell-Patrizi has been named chief risk officer at Aegon, responsible for risk management, actuarial matters and internal re-insurance. She joins from Prudential, where she held a similar position.LGIM Real Assets – Declan O’Brien has been appointed as an infrastructure strategist, while Enrico Faccioli has been hired as a research analyst, and James Davies as a property fund analyst. O’Brien joins from Moody’s Investors Service, while Faccioli is a recent graduate of Warwick Business School. Davies joins from Cushman & Wakefield.
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The X-ray and ultrasound machines at the Skeldon Hospital have been grounded for the past two months, and several air conditioning units are not operable at that medical facility.This is according to Director of Regional Health Services, Jevaughn Stephens, in response to questions posed by councillors at the Region Six (East Berbice/Corentyne) Regional Democratic Council (RDC) meeting last week.Stephens said an electrical problem has affected the smooth functioning of the Skeldon Hospital. According to him, the Skeldon Hospital, in the past, received power from the Skeldon Sugar Estate to power its heavy-duty equipment, but since the closure of the estate, this is no longer possible.“We had to take off some of the services, because the building used to get power from GuySuCo (Guyana Sugar Corporation) and we are no longer getting power from GuySuCo. We did an assessment and decided to put it on GPL (Guyana Power and Light) grid; that is what is taking the time,” Stephens said.“If we connect the equipment to the grid presently, we will be running a serious risk. Every day, we keep calling GPL,” he explained.The hospital has since been transferring its emergency patients to the New Amsterdam Hospital, situated 50 miles away.Region 6 Chairman David Armogan, in response, said the situation needs to be tackled with more urgency. He said a generator could be rented in the interim to power the heavy-duty equipment.Armogan said he has been receiving numerous reports from persons who had gone to the Skeldon Hospital and could not be treated because the X-ray machine was not working. Many other patients had to be sent to other facilities because doctors could not get an ultrasound.Armogan noted that the situation must be addressed with a great degree of urgency. He has promised the Regional Administration’s intervention to see whether the GPL would give priority to that hospital’s application to be hooked up to its grid.