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Hometrack, the specialists in residential property insight, announced today the appointment of Charles Bryant as Chief Executive Officer.
Charles has extensive experience of working with high growth, technology-enabled companies, most recently as Head of Technology Investment Banking for Europe at Deutsche Bank. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Charles held a number of senior operational roles within Misys plc, including Chairman of Assureweb, Chief Executive of Sesame Technology and Commercial Director of Sesame Group.
Commenting on the appointment he said: “I am delighted to be joining Hometrack, a highly successful market-leading business with offices in the UK and Australia. This is a particularly exciting time for the company as it expands into Europe, grows its standing in Australia and builds on its established position in the UK. The management team and I are committed to exploring and delivering on growth opportunities for the business.”
Giles Mackay, who remains Chairman of Hometrack, added: “Charlie’s considerable experience in working with companies similar to Hometrack, together with his background in banking and technology, makes him a perfect fit for our business. In his taking on the day-to-day running of the company, and moving it forward to the next stage, I know that Hometrack is not only in safe hands but has an exciting future ahead.”
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