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Marlborough Stirling appoints Brian Hall as managing consultant

Marlborough Stirling, a leading supplier of software, services and consultancy to the financial services industry, has appointed Brian Hall as managing consultant to head up its Mortgage Consulting Group.

Hall previously owned a management consultancy company, The Hall Partnership. Amongst his many projects, he has provided business strategy development for Ifonline (now Trigold), IT infrastructure design for an industry regulator and was an interim IT director for Future Mortgages. Previous to this he was a consultant at Deloitte and Touche.

Halls new challenge will be to use his previous consulting experience to help develop the strategic capability of the Mortgage Consultancy Group. This will focus on helping lenders and other parties in the mortgage market to meet the regulatory and competitive demands that are currently being placed upon them, regardless of the IT systems they use.

Brian Hall, says: “When Marlborough Stirling acquired the Exchange I saw a huge opportunity to join a company that has the breadth of service to make a real impact on the entire financial services industry, I simply couldn&#39t resist accepting the challenge.

“I now look forward to growing the Mortgage Consulting Group into a major presence in mortgage lending, with a proven reputation for resolving the massive commercial, technological and regulatory issues that face the sector over the next three years.”

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