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Halifax appoints intermediary account manager

Halifax has appointed Paul Silcock as national intermediary account manager for Halifax Intermediaries.

Previously Silcock held the position of senior project manager for Halifax Intermediaries.

He has also held a number of positions including business development manager and intermediary sales centre manager.

In his new role Silcock will focus on building relationships with national accounts and helping to develop and grow the Halifax Intermediaries proposition.

He joins Halifax’s existing team of national account managers, Ed Payne, Angela Howard and Jonathan Buckle.

Silcock says: “I am delighted to be taking on this new role and look forward to working in close partnership with our intermediaries.”


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