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PEXA UK appoints 2 new board members

Two experienced and independent non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of PEXA UK.

user iconGrace Robbie 20 March 2024 Big Law
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Digital property exchange platform PEXA UK has appointed Nicky Heathcote and Tim Everest to the firm’s UK board as non-executive directors.

Both Heathcote and Everest have over 30 years of experience within the legal industry, and PEXA said both appointments will “bring a wealth of relevant industry experience set to benefit PEXA through its next phase of growth”.

Through her extensive experience within the public sector, Heathcote has worked for a variety of companies at executive levels. This includes executive to the land registry board and chief of staff at HM Land Registry and director of regulatory policy and governance at the Gambling Commission.


Heathcote is also currently chair of the Property Code Compliance Board (PCCB) compliance committee, chair of the Conveyancing Association, and ambassador for NEDonBoard .

Everest specialises in scaling businesses in complex and highly regulated environments and has led major digital payment transformation programs as a leader at Pay.UK, CHAPS (Clearing House Automated Payment System), Bank of England, Lloyds Banking Group, Deutsche Bank and Cheque & Credit Co.

PEXA UK charmain John Hooper and chief executive Joe Pepper expressed their excitement around the appointments.

“We are delighted that these two highly skilled directors will join our UK board as PEXA continues its mission to streamline the property and financial conveyancing market in the UK,” they said.

Further, PEXA Group managing director and CEO Glenn King emphasised how beneficial Heathcote and Everest’s extensive knowledge will be to the board.

“We are thrilled to have Nicky and Tim join the PEXA UK board and look forward to their collective insights and deep expertise as they support our momentum and growth in the UK.”

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