Lexicon Relocation Names Damon Ward Vice President Client Services, Managing Director EMEA

7.23.15 | By: Administrator

damon_wardLexicon Relocation is pleased to announce the promotion of Damon Ward to the position of vice president client services, managing director EMEA. In this new role, Ward will focus on integrating and leveraging Lexicon’s recently expanded EMEA footprint and capabilities. He will continue to manage the operations of Lexicon’s EMEA service centers, client and supplier relationships, and the ongoing development of client service solutions.

Ward joined Lexicon in 2013, bringing extensive experience in domestic U.K. and EMEA regional and global mobility. His more than 20-year background in and broad knowledge of the industry were crucial to Lexicon’s growth in EMEA. Ward played a key role in Lexicon’s recent acquisition of U.K.-based Connells Relocation Services, Ltd., and he will maintain leadership as Lexicon moves forward with their expanded U.K. base and EMEA reach.

Avrom Goldberg, Lexicon’s Senior Vice President, Global Solutions, said, “Damon’s all-around expertise was a vital factor in the successful expansion of our global footprint encompassing the EMEA region. Since joining Lexicon, Damon has consistently displayed exemplary leadership qualities and has executed his duties while honoring our core values of trust, teamwork, innovation and opportunity. I know he will continue to excel in this expanded role.”

Ward is based in Lexicon’s London office.

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