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SimplyBiz Mortgages appoints CEO

SimplyBiz Group has appointed Martin Reynolds to the newlycreated role of chief executive of SimplyBiz Mortgages.

Reynolds will take responsibility for all aspects of running the mortgage club, including developing its offering and recruiting members.

He will report to Matthew Timmins, joint managing director of the group.

Ken Davy, chairman of SimplyBiz, says: “SimplyBiz Mortgages has been growing year-on-year for the last four years and we have some exciting plans.

“We are delighted Reynolds has agreed to join us. He has a wealth of experience on both the intermediary and lender sides of distribution and is an excellent fit to help us take SimplyBiz Mortgages to the next level.”

Reynolds has been working as a consultant since he left his role as development director at PMS in May 2010. Before this he was commercial director at edeus and head of sales at Birmingham Midshires.

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