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Abacus Permanent appoints new head of sales

Abacus Permanent has appointed Gavin Treacy as its new head of sales.

Treacy brings with him a wealth and depth of experience gained from 15 years in the mortgage industry working in areas including compliance, lending, distribution and also as a successful broker.

His many area of responsibility will be continuing to expand and develop Abacus Permanent as it looks to expand its market share within the branded lending arena.

This includes ensuring Abacus customers continue to have access to a competitive range of products.

Treacy says: “I’m delighted, as this is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly recognised and innovative organisation.

“I look forward to working closely with our product providers to ensure our brokers receive the products they require to be successful but also to provide them with the level of service they deserve.”

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