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New appointment at Connells

Howard Bramall has joined Connells as mortgage service development partner covering a triangle stretching from Bath to Bicester to Slough.

With over twenty one years in financial services Bramall brings a wealth of experience to his role of supporting and supervising Connells mortgage consultants throughout the area.

He says: “I see myself as captain of my squad of consultants and my aim is to build a stable, committed, high performing team. My job is to put them in a position to deliver the best possible service to our customers. This includes continuous training to ensure that they are aware of all the very latest financial products and legislation.”

Immediately prior to joining Connells, Bramall spent five years as an area financial services manager for a large corporate covering much the same geographical area as in his current job.

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