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Moss quits MEX for MPLC

Andrew Moss has quit Mortgage Express for Mortgages PLC to help the Merrill Lynch lender relaunch into the buy-to-let market later this year.

Moss has been with MEX for nine years most recently in the position of product development manager.

Peter Beaumont, deputy chief executive at MPLC, says: Andrew is joining us as product strategy executive. He will not be working in one specific area but we will be using his buy-to-let experience when we relaunch into the market next year.

Andrew is well respected in the industry and we are delighted to welcome him on board.

Andrew Wiggins, director of mortgages for B&B Group, says: Andrew has played a key role in the development of the MEX buy-to-let product range.

Colleagues throughout the company will miss him but understand that after nine years he feels its time for a new challenge in a broader role. We all wish him well.

Its business as usual for us while we recruit a replacement for Andrew. We are considering both internal and external candidates.

Moss adds: Ive thoroughly enjoyed my nine years and am proud of what Ive achieved.

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