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TFC appoints financial director

The TFC Group has appointed Phillip Latala as financial director with responsibility for all businesses within the group.

The appointment follows the recent announcement that Brian Pitt has joined the group to help develop its strategy.

Pitt says: As one of the countrys leading mortgage distributors, it is important that TFC has the right people in place to ensure its ambitious goals and objectives are achieved.

Philip is an important addition and brings a fresh approach to the experienced senior team.

Latala, says: There is a fantastic sense of energy and commitment within TFC and I am looking forward to helping develop the business further.

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