Newport based Novum Law and sister Court of Protection firm, Hyphen Law, has appointed Sally Calverley as new chief executive.
An experienced executive coach and business mentor, Ms Calverley is a founding partner of the highly successful management consultancy business, Richmonte Wells, which launched in 2010 to provide strategic advice to growing, ambitious businesses in the professional services sector.
She has also held several directorships in the construction industry and leadership roles as a non-executive director and charity trustee.
She will be working alongside the partners and senior management team to grow the business further in the South West and South of England, Wales and beyond.
“The business has huge potential for growth, and as we expand, we can help even more people to get their lives and their family’s lives back on track.
"I am excited about working with our talented teams to really make a difference in our clients’ lives and help those who need our legal and financial advice and support."
In addition to its Newport offices, Novum Law and Hyphen Law has regional bases in Plymouth, Salisbury, Swindon, Bristol, Cardiff, and Southampton.