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Saxton appointed managing director of Halifax Intermediaries

Halifax has appointed Jack Saxton managing director of Halifax Intermediaries.

Saxton has 18 years experience at Halifax and HBOS. He was appointed head of intermediary markets at Halifax in 2003, following various roles in intermediary national sales.

He has been instrumental in implementing the Halifax strategy in the mortgage intermediary marketplace, particularly the lender’s development of its online trading solution.

Saxton says: “I’m delighted to be taking on this role. Intermediaries are at the heart of our business and I look forward to driving forward relationships with our key partners.”

Nigel Stockton, managing director of HBOS Intermediaries, says: “Jack is a well known and respected figure in the industry. It once again shows the commitment HBOS is making to the intermediary market.

“His appointment is a great reward for the job he has done at Halifax Intermediaries, particularly in making it easier for intermediaries to do business with us.”

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