Steve has moved to FDR Law from the RBS group where he was Regional Development Manager delivering HR, Employment Law and Health & Safety advice to SME’s.
Steve joins as the new Business Development Manager, to continue FDR Law’s recent growth by working with Head of Department’s to build an infrastructure that will drive business development across the whole firm.
Steve comments “I am looking forward to working with such an amazing collection of legal experts at FDR and the challenge of helping to grow an already fantastic firm and building relationships with the community and business leaders in the area.”
Oliver Burton, CEO of FDR Law said “Steve is hugely important to our plans for growth. His wealth of experience will help us to further develop our business strategies, and to help develop relationships with new clients. We are all excited about Steve playing a key role in the future of the company.”
"Steve is hugely important to our plans for growth. His wealth of experience will help us to further develop our business strategies, and to help develop relationships with new clients."
Oliver Burton, CEO - FDR Law
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