Granville J. Turner
Granville is a Director of Turner Little having spent his early years in commercial banking and the UK building society movement prior to joining one of the UKs leading PLCs in the food manufacturing and retail sector. Prior to being instrumental in the formation of Turner Little, Granville held the position of Company Secretary with a major PLC and was responsible in that capacity for forming and managing the legal, property, insurance and pensions departments as well as controlling the audit function within the company. His vast experience and knowledge are fundamental to Turner Little being able to offer a broad range of high quality services which it does.
James D. Turner
James is a Director of Turner Little and was jointly instrumental in the formation of the Company and its subsequent development, having previously formed successful companies in the motoring sector. James is directly responsible for Sales and Marketing with considerable specialist knowledge relating to UK & Offshore Banking.
In 2005 James was nominated as one of Yorkshire’s leading entrepreneurs and in 2007 was named as one of the UK’s top 3% of entrepreneurs under 35 by the publishers of Who’s Who of business.
David Elsworth is the IT Director of Turner Little. David graduated in 1993 from the University of Wales College of Cardiff with a BSc honours degree in Computer Science. His wide experience and managerial qualities enable David to maintain a high level of service within the IT department.
He has also, since his arrival, successfully completed several IT projects within Turner Little and has been instrumental in improving internet services having set up web and name servers for the sole use of the company and its clients.
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