As the number of publicly-funded organisations feel the impact of budgetary constraints, the need to dispose of surplus assets and maximise income is ever apparent. Centralisation projects, involving the closure and relocation of offices, also present opportunities to reduce the costs of transporting and storing unused assets, while realising an income.
Eddisons has a strong heritage of valuing and selling assets on behalf of a range of different clients across education, healthcare and the public sector. From local councils and government departments, to schools and universities, through to healthcare trusts and hospitals, we have helped organisations to realise maximum value for their surplus machinery or business assets in an efficient and transparent way.
Paul qualified in Fine Arts with the Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers and joined Industrial Auctioneers DDM Asset Management, the forerunner of CJM.
Michael joined Eddisons is 2012 and is a graduate within the valuation services team in Manchester, where he has gathered excellent experience in fixed charge receivership work.
With 36 years’ valuation experience specialising in all aspects of the insolvency sector, Malcolm is also one of the founder members of The National Association of Valuers & Auctioneers.
Tony joined the Eddisons Machinery and Business Assets division in 2009 as an experienced manager with a background in operations and high volume manufacturing and is now Associate Director Machinery and Business Assets.
With over 30 years’ experience in asset and accelerated business sales, Steve successfully continues this consulting role within Eddisons Machinery and Business Assets division and specialises in valuation, management and disposal strategies for all types of business assets.
Kevin has 18 years’ valuation experience having worked for a number of firms, primarily in insolvency, but has also worked on large-scale valuations for insurance or acquisition purposes.
Stephen joined Eddisons in 2012 with more than 25 years’ professional experience in valuation and disposal of machinery and business assets, specialising in insolvency.
Originally training as an Agricultural Auctioneer and Valuer, Charles is a Chartered Surveyor who became a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 1984. After joining CJM forerunner Dickinson Davy & Markham to hone his auctioneering skill.
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