Nick Rossiter appointed deputy ceo of Registry Trust
Nick Rossiter, currently an executive director, has been appointed deputy chief executive of Registry Trust.
Registry Trust is the non-profit company which registers judgments, orders and fines throughout the British Isles and makes them available to the general public and, through credit reference agencies, to the credit world.
Nick has worked with Registry Trust for 12 years, initially as operational manager and more recently as an executive director and chief operating officer.
Announcing the appointment Registry Trust chairman Malcolm Hurlston CBE said: "Our ceo Jon Hale plans to retire next summer after over 30 years with the trust, the last 17 as chief executive.
“The Board’s appointment of Nick as his deputy gives strong reassurance that Jon’s ethos and standards will continue. Deputy ceo is a new position, created for the purpose."
Nick joined the Trust after previously being employed by credit reference agencies, Experian and Callcredit, and the Land Registry.
He is married with one child and lives in Nottingham.