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Honda manager of corporate sales post goes vacant as Lee Wheeler leaves

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Lee Wheeler - Honda's corporate sales boss - is moving to a global position with Santander

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13 January 2014

 

Lee Wheeler
Lee Wheeler – Honda’s corporate sales boss – is moving to a global position with Santander

HAVING organised and led the Honda corporate sales team since September 2012, Lee Wheeler has decided to motor on.

Lee will be leaving Honda to take up a global role at Santander Consumer, a division of Santander Bank.

Lee Wheeler was initially appointed as interim manager of Honda Corporate Sales in September 2012, before accepting the permanent role at the beginning of November.

He has spent virtually 10 years at Honda, having first joined Honda Finance Europe before moving to the UK division as National Leasing & SMR Manager and then Manager – Sales Support. 

Leon Brannan, Head of Cars, Honda said: “I would like to say a big thank you to Lee for all his hard work and enthusiasm over the last 10 years. He has been instrumental in successfully launching the Civic and CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC models into the fleet market. He will be sorely missed.”

Lee leaves Honda on 31 January, 2014. There has been no announcement yet regarding a successor.

 

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Ralph Morton

Ralph Morton

Ralph Morton is an award-winning journalist and the founder of Business Car Manager (now renamed Business Motoring). Ralph writes extensively about the car and van leasing industry as well as wider fleet and company car issues. A former editor of What Car?, Ralph is a vastly experienced writer and editor and has been writing about the automotive sector for over 35 years.

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