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Platform confirms Hunt’s departure

Platform has confirmed the departure of its head of marketing, Paul Hunt.

Following six years at the company he is to take up his new role as director of marketing at Lehman Brothers in the autumn.

David Tweedy, managing director of Platform, says: “Since being acquired by Britannia in 2001, Platform has contributed to the ongoing success of the Britannia Group and gone from strength to strength as a leading specialist intermediary mortgage lender.

“Competitive products, high quality service and customer-focussed
e-commerce initiatives have helped fuel significant business growth and we continue to roll out initiatives to further develop our business and that of our distribution partners.

“Paul has made a valuable contribution to Platform throughout that time and we wish him all the best for the future.”

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