History

A long heritage in the field of auctioneering and asset management.

CJM Asset Management formally came in to being in November 2000 but we can trace our roots back to 1889 when Charles Dickinson of Louth, Lincolnshire first started as an auctioneer and valuer of Lincoln Red Cattle and Lincoln Longwool Sheep.

Business prospered and over the next 80 years or so the firm of Dickinson Davy & Markham developed expertise in many fields. When Charles Moses joined in 1974, industrial auctioneering became another string in the firms’ bow. Over the next decades the chattel asset auctioneering business grew rapidly with auctions of industrial and personal assets being managed on behalf of businesses, banks and corporate recovery specialists, executors, etc.

Paul Cooper joined the firm in 1998 and in November 2000 Charles and Paul effected a management buyout of the chattels auctioneering business to form CJM Asset Management.

CJM in the 21st century

CJM has flourished in the 21st century carrying out major asset disposals for hundreds of companies, including household names such as Dyson, Procter & Gamble, Tata, Toyota, Siemens and many others, together with SMEs, banks and corporate recovery professionals.

In the last 10 years CJM has become a truly international business with asset disposal and valuation projects in over 23 countries, from Armenia and Malaysia to Ukraine, whilst the advent of the internet-based online auction has enabled global exposure for our clients’ assets.

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