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Complete appoints five staff members

Complete Mortgage and Loan Services has appointed five new staff within its packaging operation, filling posts that have been created to handle existing business expansion and to allow for future growth.

Within the packaging team Elise Gower and Emma Norman have joined as underwriters, and Hannah Oldham has been appointed as completions processor.

The two new support staff are Katy Camfield in financial accounts and Ed Purcell in IT.

Mike Hill, director at Complete, says: Following record business levels over recent months, we are delighted to welcome on board our new team members.

We now have the capacity to continue to maintain our excellent service standards, dealing quickly and effectively with existing business levels, as well as handling future growth.

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