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Cap HPI boosts Black Book, appointing new editor Jeremy Yea

Jeremy Yea Cap HPI Black Book editor 2018

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.  

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