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PEOPLE |MAY 2012 Movers & shakers Peter Bolton King made RICS’ Global Residential Director THE Royal Institution of

Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has appointed Peter Bolton King (pictured, right), former Chief Executive of the National Federation of Property Professionals (NFoPP), as its new Global Residential Director.

Bolton King (pictured right), a

RICS member since 1979, joins the organisation from NFoPP where he was Group Chief Executive for almost nine years and oversaw the federation’s sales, lettings, commercial, auctions and overseas agency membership groups. He will work alongside other

professional group teams and will be tasked with further increasing the

RICS presence in the international residential sector. He replaces out-going group director David Dalby, who retires in July this year. In his career to date, Bolton King has represented the UK property industry at the highest level on both the UK and international stages. He brings with him extensive experience of the residential and valuation sectors and has broad knowledge of overseas markets. Prior to joining NFoPP, Peter

spent five years at Bradford and Bingley as Senior Area Director and was an Area Director at Black Horse Agencies (1987-98).Ken Creighton, RICS Director of Professional

Standards: “We are absolutely delighted to have appointed Peter Bolton King as Residential Professional Group Director.” “Having somebody of Peter’s vast knowledge and experience will prove invaluable to our members, the institution and the property industry as a whole.” Bolton King, in reply, says

that he is “pleased to accept this exciting role”.

“The last nine years with NFoPP have been very enjoyable, but I am now looking forward to bringing to RICS the UK and global experience I have gained in order to help the institution meet its ongoing objectives and strategy.”

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COLDWELL Banker Residential Brokerage has awarded its Top Agent award to Liz Carlson and Krista Finnigan for achieving the highest number of listings and sales for February. Sales manager of the Coldwell offi ce in Marblehead, Meg Andrews, says, “Liz and Krista have continuously achieved exceptional results through their professional skills and local market knowledge. We are proud to have both Liz and Krista on the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage team.” Finnigan was recognised with the Coldwell Banker International

President’s Circle award as well as the International Diamond Society award and is a recipient of the Coldwell Banker Gold Circle Club. Carlson has previously won a Diamond Society Award and was recently named in the NRT’s top 10% of realtors worldwide.

Fine adds people and branches

THE UK-based estate agent Fine has made a number of new appointments to its senior management team, as the company plans to open new British branches in the midlands, the home counties and the west country later this year. Managing Director of Fine, Chris Charlton, has recently appointed Nicola Rummery as Regional Director for Fine in Kent and Sussex. Jeremy Campbell

Harris and Marc Cottrell assume the same role in Surrey and Winchester. Before joining Fine, Rummery was director at Freeman Forman, while both Harris and Cottrell were with Jackson Stopps and Staff.

At the same time, Jonathan O’Shea, formerly a Regional Director with Savills, has been appointed to run the Fine branch in Nottingham.

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