Cap HPI has appointed Jeremy Yea as the new Black Book editor, following its recent announcement about a restructure at the business.
Yea (pictured), who has over 22 years motor trade experience, joins the business from a senior remarketing role at ALD Automotive.
Cap HPI’s head of current valuations, Derren Martin, said: “Jeremy brings a wealth of experience to the team. We are ramping up our expertise and analysis capability to provide enhanced editorial insight and remarketing consultancy.
“Our focus remains on combining industry-leading data and expert insight to help our customers make smarter automotive decisions.”
The company recently announced a restructure of its Black Book team to provide a greater range of consultancy services.
Its team of 11 will continue to manage daily adjustments to Black Book Live used car data.
Yea said: “I join the industry leader at an exciting time in its development. I look forward to working with everyone at Cap HPI to support its diverse range of customers.”
The Black Book team includes a mix of industry experts and data analysts that produce daily updates to vehicle valuations.
It analyses over two million transactional data records from a broad range of the wholesale market alongside over 5 million retail adverts each year.