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db mortgages appoints two BDMs

db mortgages has appointed two business development managers to cover the East Midlands and South Wales areas.

Gary Armstrong has been appointed business development manager for the East Midlands Region and his area of responsibility will include Nottingham, Leicester, and Coventry along with Lincoln and Peterborough postcodes.

Armstrong joins db mortgages from The Mortgage Business where he spent three years as business development manager.

Jane Hanlon has also been appointed business development manager and her remit will include South Wales along with Hereford, Gloucester and Swindon postcodes.

Hanlon joins db mortgages from Kensington Mortgage Company where she was regional sales manager for three years.

Prior to that role, Hanlon was employed at Bank of Scotland.

Mark Bergin, director of sales and marketing, says: I am delighted to welcome such quality staff to our expanding sales team.

I am sure that the experience they bring to the team will help db mortgages make their mark on the UK sub-prime mortgage market.

db mortgages are at present looking to extend their packager roll out to the intermediary market.

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