Alphabet names new head of remarketing
16 August 2018
Author: Sean Keywood
Leasing company Alphabet has announced the appointment of a new head of remarketing in the UK.
Sacha Imamkhan takes on the role having moved across from Alphabet's international headquarters in Munich, where she was previously project manager for new markets.
She is said to have played a key part in the integration between Alphabet and her previous employer ING Lease following the global merger between the two companies.
She also previously worked for Shell Global Solutions.
In her new role, Imamkhan is responsible for remarketing all Alphabet's UK vehicles, managing a team of 15 and reporting to chief operating officer Nigel Fletcher.
Imamkhan said: "I'm incredibly excited by the challenge here in the UK, one of the largest Alphabet markets worldwide, and helping to find new ways to take the company and our people forward.
"Remarketing is hugely important for the success of any leasing company, so bringing innovation to such a key area delivers benefits across the entire business and supply chain to create a more valuable customer experience.
"Alphabet in the UK is well-established, being the first Alphabet operation launched in 1997, but the market here is dynamic, entrepreneurial and constantly changing.
"Having worked to develop and implement new operational models around the world, I'm keen to bring this fresh perspective and some global best practices to the UK."
Fletcher said: "Sacha brings to the role a strategic perspective from her role in our headquarters, as well as an operational understanding from hands-on involvement in the establishment of new Alphabet markets around the world.
"Sacha understands the vital role that remarketing operations play in the commercial performance and development of a leasing and mobility business."