Rob joined Simply in 2020. He’s an experienced leader with a track record of growing and transforming businesses in publishing (FT.com) and education (Tes). Rob’s passion is growing organisations in a people friendly way. He believes that happy, motivated teams deliver the best results. He also believes that Simply has potential to become a leading player in the conveyancing market. In his spare time, Rob loves to run and mountain bike. More years ago than he cares to remember, he got a degree in Philosophy & Politics from University of Warwick.
Ben originally started working at Simply in 2004, working his way up through Business Development to becoming Sales Director, then joining the senior leadership team and now heads up Strategic Projects that are required to attain Simply’s long term growth plans. Interestingly, Ben’s real name is Andrew George – a family tradition passed down from father to son. However, he has always been called Ben. Ben also has a son called Andrew George…..who has always been known as William!
Tom joined Simply in July 2020 after successful careers in Aviation, Pharmaceuticals and Personal Injury. His role at Simply is to ensure that the business can meet the growing demands for our services. He leads the Legal Directors, HR Manager and other Team Leaders, in building Simply’s reputation as having motivated people delivering excellent client service through innovative ways of working. When Tom is not helping others into their new home, he’s designing, building and developing his own (he’s onto house number 4 now and promises Mrs Barker this will be the last!).
Sam was the very first lawyer at Simply in 2009. She is a Board Director and Head of Legal Practice; currently overseeing our
London and Milton Keynes offices. One of her greatest passions at Simply is seeing colleagues develop, train, learn and become successful lawyers. Most of Sam’s spare time is taken up with family life, but when she does get time to herself she enjoys heavy weight lift training and has found that feeling strong is good for mental health!
Vicky joined Simply Conveyancing as a Property Lawyer in 2011, and became a Board Director in 2018. She currently runs the legal teams in the Daventry Office, helping and motivating the teams to ensure that personal and company targets are met. Vicky is originally from Newcastle, and can often be found enjoying a good glass of wine and listening to some Take That!
Vicky joined Simply in June 2020 and comes to us with a wealth of experience; previously working as Head of Sales at HomeLet, the market leading provider of tenant referencing and insurance products to letting agents, landlords and tenants. Having worked with HomeLet for over 12 years, Vicky loves everything property and people, and looks forward to growing the Simply Conveyancing business and becoming a supplier of choice for estate agents.
Vicky has a little boy Teddy, 8 dogs and a pony called Olive who she loves spending her free time with!
Ian has been working at Simply since 2007. His job involves managing the development and hardware teams to support, maintain and develop all of Simply’s online presences, case systems, phones and other IT equipment. Ian’s claim to fame is that he once had lunch with Baddiel & Skinner!
Neil joined Simply back in September 2005. He is responsible for all accounts and budgeting for the group and also Head of Finance and Administration for Simply Property Lawyers, with responsibility to ensure that CLC regulations are complied with. Neil is a big P!nk fan, and has travelled many miles to see her in concert.
Paul joined Simply in June 2020 as CIO, but not for the first time. He was previously our Technical Director from 2008-2010. Paul’s role is to lead the technology strategy within the business, ensuring that this aligns with the wider business strategy. It is his job to ensure Simply uses IT to its best advantage – to differentiate our service from competitors and to make our processes more efficient. Paul hasn’t always worked in IT – his university degree was in biotechnology, followed by 2 years of neurophysiology research. Somewhere along the line he decided to swap the laboratory for a computer screen and hasn’t looked back!