Jim McNally to head up remarketing at Alphabet
Alphabet’s Jim McNally has moved from his role as head of asset risk to become the company’s new head of remarketing and logistics.
The role will see McNally identify key areas for growth and development, including exploring developments in technology and digitisation and investigating new routes to market.
McNally has been with Alphabet for nine years in various roles involving Asset Risk and was also previously chairman for the BVRLA’s Residual Value and Remarketing Committee.
Matt Sutherland, chief operating officer for Alphabet, explained: “With Jim’s experience of both the industry and the business, he was the natural choice for this role. Jim’s appointment reflects our greater focus and resourcing into this crucial area of the business. With a growing fleet of over 155,000 vehicles on the road, clearly remarketing is an area which we feel presents a significant strategic opportunity to us and one which we can bring real innovation to.”
McNally is replaced as head of asset risk by Neal Coleman, who moves from his previous role within the company as head of credit and interest risk. Coleman is superseded by Matt Li who moves from his previous role as strategic risk manager for Alphabet.
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