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AToM appoints RDMs for the North

All Types of Mortgages has appointed David Cadwallender as regional development manager for Yorkshire.

David joins Peter Eckersley the RDM for the North-East and Martin Roby the RDM for Liverpool.

David Cadwallender joins AToM from Mortgage Brain, where he was business development manager covering the North of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland areas.

Cadwallender’s responsbilities included promoting the Mortgage Trading Exchange and delivering training seminars to mortgage brokers. Prior to working at Mortgage Brain, he spent 15 years working at Nationwide.

Richard Hearn, managing director of AToM, says: “AToM is looking to strengthen and develop further its relationships with its brokers in the North. David has a number of years’ experience in the financial services industry, and Peter and Martin have been with AToM for several years now.

“Together they will create a strong team and will be invaluable in terms of their experience of dealing with brokers and intermediaries in their chosen regions. Their knowledge and expertise will enable us to build up a strong awareness of our product offering in the Northern regions.”


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