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BM Solutions loses marketing manager to Kensington

BM Solutions has confirmed that marketing manager Emma Burke has left to join Kensington Mortgages.

A spokesman for BM Solutions says: We wish Emma Burke all the best in the future.

“We have a 15-strong award winning team that has already been restructured to adapt to Burke moving on.

It has also been rumoured that her co-worker James OReilly, key accounts manager at BM Solutions, is also set to follow her to Kensington but BM Solutions has denied that this is the case.

Burke will be replacing Catherine Smith, the head of branded communication at Kensington who rcently left to join the Abbey.

Ian Giles, director of marketing at Kensington Mortgages, says: Emma Burke is a great scoop.

“She has the skills and experience that we will benefit from.

“Catherine Smith has been a great service to Kensington but Emma Burke is a great replacement.

“We will look forward to her joining us in July.

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