Lawyer Checker Team Continues to Build with Key Appointment

Lawyer Checker, the provider of market-leading risk management solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of new Business Development Executive, Tom Lyes.

With a track record of identifying opportunities which go beyond customer expectation and key experience in client account management, Tom is well-equipped to join Lawyer Checker’s growing team.

As well as an in-depth understanding of balancing conflicting business needs, Tom brings with him specialist knowledge and awareness of the conveyancing market and transaction process, having worked within a top law firm for over six years.  During this time, the industry experienced huge changes in both the market and in the adoption of a more technological approach, providing Tom with a hands-on insight into the inner processes of a law firm.

Working his way up from Sales Advisor to Sales Manager in Business Development at Simply Conveyancing, Tom was able to gain practical experience in generating leads and converting quotes, going on to establish responsibility for managing key accounts within the structure of the business. Here he was able to build strong relationships with estate agents, liasing with them on a regular basis to ensure the standard of service delivery surpassed client expectation.

Tom’s new role will see him developing further key business relationships whilst promoting client objectives and growth, predominantly working with law firms in the North West.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the role, Tom said:” I’m delighted to have joined Lawyer Checker and I’m looking forward to working with a vibrant, proactive and ambitious group of people as we look to support Law Firms in their regulatory, risk and best practice requirements.”

This article was submitted to be published by Lawyer Checker as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

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