New CEO joins AIM-listed PropTech from HSBC
Posted on October 26, 2020 by Alistair Hardaker
AIM-listed ULS Technology, a provider of online B2B platforms for the UK conveyancing and financial intermediary markets, has announced the appointment of Jesper With-Fogstrup as Chief Executive Officer.
With-Fogstrup will start his role and join the Board in early 2021.
Forty six year-old With-Fogstrup brings over 20 years’ experience within digital and technology platform businesses. He joins from HSBC where he was Global Head of Digital as a Channel, prior to which he was COO of ComparetheMarket.com.
In a statement the firm said it believes With-Fogstrup’s knowledge and experience will enable it to capitalise on the early success of its digital conveyancing platform DigitalMove.
The firm’s vision is that the platform becomes an all-in-one solution for the arrangement of conveyancing, the finance necessary to complete a house purchase, obtaining the legal support needed to complete the transaction and selection of insurance, utilities and other providers of services customers need to run their home.
Martin Rowland, Non-Executive Chairman, said: “We are delighted to welcome Jesper to ULS as we move into our next phase of growth with the Company focused on further expanding its digital reach. Following a thorough evaluation of candidates, we believe Jesper has the skills and sector experience to take the Group forward and achieve our objective of building a digital platform that transforms the way that consumers buy, sell and remortgage homes.
“The fact that we have been able to attract someone with Jesper’s experience and track record speaks highly of what we have achieved so far as a Company and, in particular, the potential of DigitalMove.”
With-Fogstrup, CEO designate added: “I’m very excited to be joining ULS at this pivotal moment. The Company has built a leading position in the UK conveyancing market and now has a significant opportunity to grow DigitalMove into a customer platform revolutionising the house buying, moving and owning experience; making it quicker and simpler.”