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igroup appoints director of originations

igroup has appointment of Noreen Whyte as director of originations.

As part of her role she will have responsibility for the front-end processing of all new business received from igroup&#39s expanding network of introducers.

As director of originations, Whyte joins igroup&#39s senior management team and reports to Peter Brennan, chief operating officer.

Whyte has been with GE for six years and previously worked with igroup exploring customer relationship opportunities for the wider GE business.

She now rejoins the Watford team after a successful period in which she oversaw the integration of Midland & General into GE, and the establishment of igroup&#39s processing operation in Wolverhampton.

Noreen said ” I&#39m looking forward to working closely with introducers and the entire igroup originations team.

“My key objectives are to drive forward service excellence together with improvements in process performance and efficiency. I will also use recent advances in technology to further improve our underwriting capabilities and expertise.”

Peter Brennan says: “This is a pivotal role for igroup&#39s business and I am delighted we have been able to attract someone of Whyte&#39s calibre and experience.”

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