Paul O’Connor has joined Liaison Financial as a Sales Director for VAT and Financial Management, bringing 30 years of experience in sales and service environments. Laurence Ansell joins Liaison Workforce as Commercial Director from senior roles within workforce and NHS consultancy.
Having worked for Liaison Group previously during its formative years, Paul’s return to the business will be instrumental in assisting its growth ambitions over the coming years.
With a wealth of experience in Sales Director roles across a wide range of industries including Renewable Energy, Financial Services and Transport Solutions, Paul will add valuable knowledge and expertise to Liaison Financial. His success within both the commercial and domestic markets offers beneficial insight to managing client needs and relationships.
Paul leads a team of quality focused Business Development Managers looking after Liaison Financial clients across the UK. Paul comments: “The Team’s ethos is all about client care, value for money services and building strong relationships with existing and new clients alike. With a wide range of VAT and Financial Managements services available to the NHS predominately and other Public-Sector bodies, reassurance and support for the clients is vital.”
Laurence is a sales leader with a history of exceeding targets at senior roles at McKesson Information Solutions, NHS Professionals, Serco Civil Government and NHS Shared Business Services. As Commercial Director Laurence supports the account management team in developing strategic relationships; across local, regional and central health economies.
“Liaison Group is very well respected across the NHS for workforce management, VAT and Financial Services. The Account Management team spearheads our client’s engagements, has a real understanding of service provision and the environments we create that deliver operational efficiencies, improved service quality and real cost savings for our clients.”
Liaison Group saves the NHS real money in the key areas of finance and workforce management and last year achieved savings of over £100m across the NHS.