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Countrywide hires corporate relationship director

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Countrywide has appointed Scott Burman as corporate relationship director.

Burman joined the new firm yesterday from Lloyds Banking Group, where he was national housing development manager.

He will join Sally Young as one of two corporate relationship directors in Countrywide’s corporate business team.

Burman says: “I am delighted to be joining Countrywide at the start of a very exciting journey with the ‘Building our Future’ strategy laid out.”

Countrywide Corporate Business operations director Paul Hunt says: “Scott’s expertise of the lender, house builder and SME markets will greatly add to the knowledge and experience already within the team and we look forward to welcoming Scott to Countrywide.”

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  • colin hodgkinson 5th January 2016 at 1:41 pm

    Yet another Lloyds Banking group Director, Has anyone thought of fishing in a different pond