The CCTA association who represent businesses providing credit to consumers has announced that Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Greg Stevens will take over as Chair for the CCTA council replacing John Fellows.

Fellows, who has held the role of Council Chair for seven years, said “I’m delighted to announce that Greg Stevens has agreed to take over the role after he stands down as CEO at the end of 2019. This is excellent news, allowing the CCTA the continued benefit of Greg’s vast industry knowledge and experience.”

“It has been a privilege to work with council members and support Greg and his team over these past years and see the association move positively into a new era. I shall remain a council member and continue to support both Greg and the new CEO, as we move into what I predict to be challenging times for both industry and trade associations alike.”

Greg Stevens said “It has been an honour to represent CCTA Members over the last ten years, during what has probably been the most difficult period in consumer credit ever. Standing down as CEO is difficult, but it is time for a younger person to take the Association forward. I would like to say a big thank you to the CCTA council and members for your support and friendship over the years, but most importantly the small CCTA team who achieved so much over those fraught and demanding years, we are truly friends for life.”

Fellows continued “We have started the process to identify a new CEO and once completed will update our members accordingly. I look forward to our annual conference on the 7th November and the opportunity to catch up with CCTA members in what will be both mine and Greg’s swan song in our current roles.”