David Asker elected Board Director of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association
On 18th May 2017, David Asker, Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer (AHCEO) and Director of Corporate Governance at The Sheriffs Office in Croydon, was elected to the Board of the High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA).
The HCEOA, formerly The Sheriffs Officers Association, was founded 130 years ago, with its core aim to represent its entire members and provide a voice to Government. The HCEOA also works with Government by improving and implementing changes to current and proposed regulations.
On being elected, David Asker comments:
“I’m delighted to be joining the board at this time of promising change with the current Taking Control of Goods review. I look forward to working alongside my fellow directors and being more closely involved with the work of the HCEOA”.
David began his career in High Court enforcement over 30 years ago and was a Sheriffs Officer for the City of London, Greater London and Surrey. He was appointed an Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer by Senior Master Turner in March 2004. David also holds the position of Serjeant-at-Mace for the City of London.