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Gatehouse Bank creates new position

Gatehouse Bank has promoted Sim Gill to the newly created position of national key account manager.

The responsibilities of the new role involve coordinating operations with key broker partners and working closely with the business development managers at the bank.

Gill has been at Gatehouse Bank for a year and a half, having worked his way up from a business development manager. Prior to this he was an Islamic finance officer at Ahil United Bank.

Gatehouse Bank head of specialist home finance Faisal Dar comments: “Gill’s appointment demonstrates Gatehouses’ ambitious plans for further growth and also highlights the opportunities for employees to progress within the bank as it continues to grow.”

Gill adds: “As awareness of our products increases, the appetite among brokers to introduce business to the bank is growing.

“I am delighted to be given a chance to lead how we work with our growing number of intermediary partners.”

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