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Rooftop appoints finance director

Rooftop Mortgages has promoted Neil Mardon to finance director.

Mardon was previously Rooftop’s head of finance, a position he took up at the beginning of 2006 after a five year period in the corporate finance division at Bear Stearns, Rooftop’s parent company.

South African born Mardon brings to the Rooftop role over 10 years as a qualified chartered accountant.

Ginny Darrow, chief executive at Rooftop, says: “In Mardon we have a creative and entrepreneurial thinker who will help drive the business forward and we are delighted that he has taken on the role of financial director for Rooftop.”


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