NPA Announces new CEO


The NPA has announced the appointment of new CEO

The UK National Pawnbrokers Association has announced the appointment of Ray Perry as CEO following the departure of Stu McInroy.

Ray was formerly Chief Executive from 2012 to June 2016. President Stephen Dexter said;

“We welcome Ray back and wish him well in the new challenge.”

Mr Perry stated;

“May I take this opportunity to say how much I am looking forward to working with members and stakeholders again and taking the Association forward.”


Notes for Editors

The National Pawnbrokers Association (NPA) was founded in 1892 and is the trade association representing pawnbrokers, from the large chains through to independents, in a £930m loan market growing year on year.  It is the authoritative voice of the pawnbroking industry in the UK. The NPA stands for expertise, fairness and transparency, professionalism and excellence. All our members are bound by our rules and a customer code of conduct. Pawnbroking is part of the credit industry and is regulated alongside banks and other lenders by the FCA and are subject to the Consumer Credit Act 1974.