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SPML appoints BDM

Southern Pacific Mortgage Limited has appointed Mayuri Thakrar as BDM for the Yorkshire and Humberside region.

She will report to regional manager, Paul Summerscales.

Thakrar joins SPML from Nationwide where she progressively held the positions of customer adviser, mortgage adviser, customer service manager and branch manager, over an eight-year period.

John Prust, SPMLs sales and marketing director, says: “Our sustained rapid growth rate means that we are continually expanding our regional manager and BDM team.

“I am happy to welcome Mayuri to the team, and Im sure that her proven expertise and experience in the field will ensure a successful career for her at SPML.”


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