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Butterfield Mortgages expands business development team

Butterfield Mortgages has appointed four new business development staff.

The firm, which provides mortgages to high net worth individuals to London and the home counties, is expanding its team.

Ralph Punter has been appointed senior manager intermediary sales, having previously worked for Harrods Bank and Virgin Money.

Christopher Watts and Amar Mashru will join as business development managers; they both have 10 years’ experience in financial services.

Kevin Turmore has been tasked with integrating the new team into the business. He was previously group chief executive at Arlo Associates and head of UK financial services at Alexander Proudfoot. He has also worked at Unity Trust, Bank of Ireland, Lloyds, TSB and RBS.

Butterfield Mortgages managing director Alpa Bhakta says: “We have brought these experienced professionals on board to expand our presence in the market.”

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