Fairchild is new ops chief at Caring Homes

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Caring Homes has appointed Andy Fairchild as its chief operating officer.

Mr Fairchild has an extensive career in banking and financial services and was instrumental in introducing the very first telephone banking via First Direct.

Before joining the Caring Homes Group, Mr Fairchild held corporate positions with major companies including Axa plc, where he was chief operating officer. In his new post at Caring Homes he will be responsible for the day-to-day operational performance the group’s brands – Caring Homes and Consensus. He will be based at the company’s headquarters in Colchester, reporting directly to chief executive Paul Jeffery. “Andy brings a huge wealth of expertise, experience and proven team leadership and management skills to the Group,” said Mr Jeffery.

“He will be instrumental in cementing our future and taking the group to the next level.”

Mr Fairchild will spend the first few months’ getting to know the business and working clo

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