- On May 15, 2017 /
- By PMAS /
- In news
The Property Managers Association has started 2017/18 with a new role to help take it forward to the 100th anniversary of its founding in 1918.
The role of CEO marks the beginning of a new chapter in the Association’s drive to help raise factoring standards and achievements in Scotland, for the benefit of PMAS members and their clients.
The first person to take on this exciting new role will be Alison McDiarmid, who, as immediate Past President, has already instigated some innovative and progressive activities for the benefit of PMAS members. These include improving contact with Scottish Government bodies and undertaking research to clarify the needs of the industry. The objective is to ensure support for the ambitions of PMAS in improving the ability of factors to better manage common properties and developments.
Speaking of her new role, Alison said “I am very excited and honoured to be presented with this opportunity. I can see a bright future for factoring in Scotland and I am keen to help tackle the challenges faced by factoring organisations and our member firms”.
The CEO role, commencing on 6th April 2017, will initially be part-time, to help establish the value and benefits of the role whilst ensuring value for money for member firms.
PMAS President, Alan Maxwell, said “This new appointment will help PMAS address the needs of our member firms, ensuring our ability to serve them and, in turn, their ability to grow and improve the services supplied by them”.