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Haresnape to leave RBS

Charles Haresnape is to leave the Royal Bank of Scotland this Friday as director of NatWest Mortgages.

Haresnape says he is considering a number of offers, but will be staying within the mortgage industry.

He says the move comes after a restructure within the company, and although his replacement has not been decided upon, it is thought that it may be someone internally.

Haresnape says: “I have thoroughly enjoyed working for the RBS group and helping develop the NatWest and RBS intermediary side over the past five years. However I feel that now is the time to move on to a new challenge.”

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