The Council for Licensed Conveyancers has posted an announcement on its website that their CEO of the last five years, Victor Olowe, has decided to “seek new challenges” and has left the organisation.
The change is effective from the end of February but, with leave commitments, he served his last day in the office on Friday.
Chair of the CLC, Anna Bradley, commented:
“During the last five years, Victor has strengthened the operational capability and reâ€structured the governance arrangements of the organisation. Significantly, and most recently, he has overseen the CLC’s successful application to become the first Licensing Authority for Alternative Business Structures.”
Recruitment for a new CEO is underway with Victor’s successor tasked with working on leading the CLC in its next phase and continuing the development and growth of the CLC.
Ms Bradley continued:
“The Council of the CLC thank Victor for his contribution to the organisation and we wish him well for the future."
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