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Jamie Waller stands down as JBW Chairman You are here: Home » News
7th August 2017
Jamie Waller, the founder and Chairman of JBW Group, today stepped down from his position and sold his remaining shares to Outsourcing Inc, who purchased the majority of the shares in 2016.
Waller commenting on the move said: “my position as Chair has been rewarding. I have completed my tasks as Chair and I leave a business that is well structured and supported by its owners. I wish the entire business and its people every success”.
JBW Group Limited focuses on processing, administration, collection, and enforcement of fines and debt orders in the United Kingdom. It offers government services, such as business process, debt recovery, enforcement, and arrest services; and commercial rent and property services that include commercial rent arrears recovery, forfeiture/possession, and trespasser removals. The company also provides technology solutions, such as case management, data analytics, propensity, and finance and accounting. JBW Group Limited was formerly known as J.B.W. Enforcement Limited and changed its name to JBW Group Limited in September 2008. JBW Group Limited was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Darlingt…
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Key Executives For JBW Group Limited
Mr. Nick Tubbs
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Jamie Waller
Founder & Managing Director
Ms. Xiang Lu
Head of Finance
Head of Bid Management
Ms. Helen Nugent
Director of Legal Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2018.
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In summary of the Icelandic revolution, we saw: -resignation of the entire corrupt government of the country -nationalization of the bank -referendum enabling the people to determine their own economic system -incarceration of responsible parties, and -a rewriting of the Iceland Constitution by its people 2008 — The main bank of Iceland is nationalized. The Krona, the currency of Iceland devaluates and the stock market halts. The country is in bankruptcy 2008 — Citizens rise up at Parliament and succeed in forcing the resignation of both the prime minister and the effective government. New elections are held. Yet, the country remains in a bad economic situation. A Parliament act is passed to pay back 3,500 million Euros to Great Britain and Holland by the people of Iceland monthly during the next 15 years, with 5.5% interest. 2010 — The people of Iceland again take to the streets to demand a referendum. In January of 2010, the President of Iceland denies approval, instead announcing a popular vote on the matter by the people. In March, a referendum and denial of payment is approved by popular vote of 93%. Meanwhile, government officials initiate an investigation to bring to justice those responsible for the crisis. Many high level executives and bankers are arrested. Interpol dictates an order to force all implicated parties to leave Iceland. An assembly is elected to write a new constitution (based on the Denmark’s) to avoid entrapments of debt based currency foreign loans. 25 citizens are chosen — with no political affiliation — out of the 522 candidates. The only qualifications for candidacy are adulthood and the support of 30 people. The constitutional assembly started in February of 2011. It continues to present ‘carta magna’ from recommendations provided by various assemblies throughout the country. Ultimately, it must be approved by both the current Parliament and the one created through the next legislative election. In summary of the Icelandic revolution, we saw: -resignation of the entire corrupt government of the country -nationalization of the bank -referendum enabling the people to determine their own economic system -incarceration of responsible parties, and -a rewriting of the Iceland Constitution by its people This is significant stuff. Have we been informed about this through the main stream media? Has any political program on radio or TV commented on this?