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Mortgage 2000 appoints head of communications

Following its marketing team restructure, Mortgage 2002 has appointed Lynne Rees as head of corporate communications.

The role will involve the orchestration of all PR for all areas of the Mortgage 2000 proposition.

Rees has been with the company for over six years, and will continue to report directly to Sean Hornsby, managing director, in her new position.

Hornsby says: “Having spent five years successfully building the inhouse marketing department it was time to present Lynne with a new challenge and we are pleased that she has accepted.

“As the company continues to grow it is imperative that we bring all PR and communication inhouse and, due to her extensive company knowledge, Lynne was the obvious person to drive this project forward.”

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