Warwick Estates has invested in a new management team after the company was purchased by Sir Rod Aldridge in 2017.
Sir Rod is known for founding and leading business process outsourcing company Capita from its formation in 1984 until 2006.
Following Aldridge’s purchase Adrian Ringrose was appointed chairman, formerly of Interserve, Taziker and Syrinix.
Last year saw the company hire Emma Power as chief operating officer, who was previously associate director of Freehold Managers.
Also joining was Phil Grewock as chief financial officer, who was previously finance director at Countrywide and head of finance at Stansted Airport.
Emma Power, chief operations officer at Warwick, said: “Our recent, heavy investment in people, in systems, in our tailored proposition and in our client relationships has enabled us to develop dedicated in-house teams across leadership, legal, HR, technology and system innovation, as well as focussing huge efforts attracting dedicated client managers to look after our customers.
“We’ve transformed Warwick Estates into a reinvented entity with the goal to be the number one trusted property partner in the leasehold management sector.
“Our ethos toward our property owner clients and their residents is one that we’re building to be synonymous with fairness, trust, honesty and accountability. This is our unwavering focus.”
Other members of the leadership team are Kark Arden, business development manager, Ross Hulmston, head of legal, and Gemma Armsden, project and integration manager.
Warwick Estates manages over 40,000 properties via 186 staff at its offices in London, Harlow, Portsmouth, Stanford le Hope, Cheltenham, Cardiff and Warrington – a portfolio valued at over £9bn.