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BM Solutions expands key account key

BM Solutions has expanded its key account team with the appointment of two key account managers.

The team, led by head of key accounts Iain Williamson, is responsible for looking after key accounts on a strategic basis, by building strong interlinked corporate relationships.

Christine Newell and Adrian Whittaker have both been appointed as key account managers.

Newell has 16 years experience with the HBOS group and was previously a business development manager for BM Solutions in the Southern region.

Whittaker joins BM Solutions from Chelsea, where he worked as a senior corporate account manager.

With extensive experience of the UK mortgage market and over 18 years in the financial sector Whittaker brings with him a great deal of skills and knowledge to build BM’s external relationships.

Williamson says: “These appointments are a great step forward for our account team – all roles in the team have now been filled by experts from the industry.

“I am delighted that our new colleagues have agreed to bring their expertise and enthusiasm to the team.”

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