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Haresnape to leave Aldermore for Gatehouse

Aldermore group managing director of mortgages, Charles Haresnape, is to leave the buy-to-let specialist after six years at the helm.

Haresnape (pictured) is set to join Shariah compliant investment bank Gatehouse as chief executive.

He will leave Aldermore in the coming months.

A spokesperson for the lender says: “We can confirm that Charles Haresnape, group managing director of Mortgages has decided to pursue an opportunity outside the Bank.

“Charles has been instrumental to the growth of our strong and profitable mortgages business and we wish him all the best for the future. Charles will remain in the business whilst we search for his replacement, a process we have already begun.”Haresnape-Charles-in-2012-700.png

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