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Debtworks appoints COO

Debtworks appoints COO

Leading Auckland-based Debt Collection and Loan Servicing company, Debtworks (NZ) Ltd has appointed David Tombs to its newly created role of chief operations officer, effective early August.

David Tombs has considerable experience in service delivery and joins Debtworks from Tyco Fire & Security where he was National Manager for ADT Commercial Security. He has served in multiple management roles throughout New Zealand businesses including the likes of the Freightways Group and provides an effective mix of SME & corporate experience.

In his new role David Tombs will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations, focusing on enhanced service delivery to Debtworks growing list of clients.

Debtworks’ Managing Director Bruce Cross said “this key appointment is crucial to Debtworks continued success and his background, experience and skill set that he brings to the role makes David an ideal fit”.

Fellow Director David Young adds “not only does he bring capable capacity and a great interpersonal fit but, in David Tombs, we have found someone that differs, but complements both Executive Directors”.

About Debtworks
Put simply, Debtworks collect cash.

Debtworks is a leading provider of debt collection, credit management and loan portfolio management services. With offices throughout New Zealand they provide a broad range of innovative solutions tailored to the specific requirements of individual clients from SME’s to corporate clients.

Known for a specific and consistent balance between outstanding people, solutions and leadership, Award winning Debtworks are well respected for their approach, speed and the effectiveness of their bespoke solutions.

For further information about Debtworks, please visit www.debtworks.co.nz

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