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HML hires director of financial control

Homeloan Management has appointed Gary Talbot as its director of financial control.

Talbot will report to financial director Neil Warman and is a qualified accountant with project management experience.

In addition he is highly trained in project management.

Warman says: “Talbot has used project management techniques both in the UK and abroad, making this a timely appointment given the stage of HML’s development.

“His arrival increases the level of project management expertise we have within the company.”

Talbot adds: “I am keen to share my knowledge and experience, with an approach to education based on continuous improvement and quality assurance.”


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