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CHL Mortgages chief executive leaves

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CHL Mortgages chief executive Bob Andrews has left the business, Mortgage Strategy can reveal.

Former CHL chief financial officer Lee Kelly has taken over as chief executive.

A CHL spokeswoman could not comment further on Andrews’ departure.

The lender has seen a series of recent top-level exits.

Last week former Capital Home Loans head of national accounts John Truswell joined Together as head of national accounts.

Last month Together also hired former Capital Home Loans commercial director Richard Tugwell as group intermediary relationship director.

Both joined CHL from Virgin Money in Summer 2016.

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