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SPPL appoints Fox as account manager

Southern Pacific Personal Loans has announced the appointment of Melissa Fox as account manager for the South Midlands and South-West.

Based in Bristol, Fox joins SPPL from packager Kingswood Funding where she was office manager, setting up the companys secured loan department.

Prior to that she worked as a business development manager for insurance sales at Close Brothers Military Services, and at Abbey and Halifax PLC.

Marie Kennedy, national sales manager at SPPL, says: “The sustained growth of our secured second charge loans business levels means that SPPL continues to expand and strengthen our sales team of account managers across the UK.

“We are delighted to welcome Melissa into the team and I am confident her regional knowledge and experience in the field will ensure that she has a long and successful career at SPPL.”


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