The High Court Enforcement Officers Association (HCEOA) welcomes the appointment of four new Board members to the Enforcement Conduct Board (ECB), which is due to formally launch this Autumn.

The newly appointed non-executive directors are Alan Cavill, Ged Curran, Althea Efunshile, CBE and Jenny Watson, CBE. They will join Catherine Brown, the inaugural Chair of the Enforcement Conduct Board, whose role was announced in March.

The ECB will be the new independent regulator for the enforcement industry across England and Wales, its purpose is to ensure that all those who are subject to enforcement action are fairly treated.

Alan J. Smith, Chair of the HCEOA, said: “As responsible and ethical enforcement professionals we are supportive of the ECB and its aims. I’m pleased to welcome the new ECB Board members and look forward to working with them to ensure High Court enforcement remains professional, sympathetic and effective.”

For more information on the ECB visit: https://www.enforcementconductboard.org/

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