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Operations director at HML quits

Third-party outsourcer Homeloan Management has revealed that its operations director Damian Stansfield has decided to leave the company.

Stansfield joined the firm in October 2006 and from July 2007 until January 2008 assumed the role of acting managing director of HML.

Brian Brodie, managing director of HML, says: “Stansfield has given a lot to HML over the past 18 months.

“Both I personally and the business as a whole value his contribution over that period and would like to express our appreciation of his help and support.

“We are sorry to see him leave HML but respect his decision and wish him good luck in the next stage of his career.”

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