PMD is delighted to welcome Nick Dumper as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Prior to being appointed to PMD, Nick Dumper spent 10 years at PwC, both in Manchester and London, leaving as a Director in 2019.
From 2019 to 2023, Nick served as Finance Director at 247 Group. This position saw Nick take responsibility for financial reporting and control across both the brokerage and lending businesses (CarFinance247 and 247 Money respectively). During his tenure he worked on multiple funding transactions, including the successful refinance of existing debt and a £250m securitisation transaction.
Commenting on his appointment, Nick Dumper said:
“I’m delighted to have joined the team at PMD at a pivotal time in the growth journey of the business. I was attracted to PMD for many reasons, including the vision for the growth and development of the business over coming years outlined by the board, the quality of the people, the positive culture and feeling of ‘togetherness’ across the business.”
“The business has a fantastic reputation with the quality and value of the services provided recognised across the industry – PMD has been voted NACFB Commercial Broker of the year for three years running. The business is well positioned and I’m really looking forward to making an impact and contributing to the ongoing growth and success of PMD.”
Nick’s appointment signifies PMD’s commitment to maintaining the highest standards of financial management, integrity and innovation within the financial services industry.
Tom Brown, Director of PMD commented: “Nick’s appointment marks the next phase in PMD’s journey as we look to grow the business following our recent rebrand, office move and recruitment drive. Nick brings with him a wealth of experience, having supported the scale and growth of his previous employers and will play a strategic role in the business as we continue our ambitious expansion plans.”
“I’d also like to extend the board’s gratitude to PMD’s current Financial Director and one of our founding shareholders, Mike Rodgers, who has been pivotal to PMD’s success since inception and will be retiring after formally handing over to Nick.”