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Rees takes M2000 PR role

Mortgage 2000 has appointed Lynne Rees as head of corporate communications.

The role will involve PR for all areas of the Mortgage 2000 proposition. Rees has been with the company for over six years and will continue to report directly to managing director Sean Hornsby.

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