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Staffordshire appoints key account development manager

Staffordshire Building Society has appointed Paula Mackelworth to the new role of key account development manager.

Mackelworth has been with the Staffordshire for four years, running the Staffordshire Direct lending operation in Wolverhampton. Before the Staffordshire, she worked for BM Solutions and Lloyds TSB.

The Staffordshire has created this role as part of its strategy to increase its business through certain key networks.

Mackelworth says: “Introduced business always has been and still is very important to the Staffordshire. I&#39m really looking forward to the challenge of reshaping the service, products and fees that we offer to the society&#39s major accounts.”

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