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Rumbold resigns from Cheval

Paul Rumbold has resigned as sales and operations director at Cheval Property Finance for personal reasons.

Ellis Sher, managing director of Cheval, says: “We wish Paul all the best for the future. We understand his desire to be closer to his family in Manchester and while we are sorry to see him go, we are in a tremendous position to move the company forward.

Rumbold says: “I am sorry to be leaving Cheval at such an exciting time in its development and I wish it every success. I want to pursue other opportunities and am looking forward to fresh challenges.”

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