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Castle Trust appoints BDM for the North

Castle Trust Capital has appointed Alan Coleman to the newly created role of telephone business development manager for the North.

Coleman joined Castle Trust as a trainee in 2016 after graduating from Southampton University. Following his promotion to BDM, Coleman will manage intermediary relationships from Manchester up to Newcastle, including key centres such as Liverpool, Leeds and York.

Castle Trust Capital director of sales Alex Upton says: “Alan will be completely dedicated to building strong relationships with key intermediaries in the region, helping to develop their business and offer their clients something different, including unconventional buy-to-let mortgage products, second charge loans for entrepreneurs and residential development finance.”

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