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InterBay employee is first to pass CeCM exams

InterBay Funding, the UK’s new commercial lender, has announced that
underwriting manager, Tim Shutler, is one of the first in the industry to
take and pass the Certificate of Commercial Mortgage exams.

The CeCM were launched in May 2006 by the Institute of Financial
Services, as an additional qualification to the CeMAP exams.

Shutler joined the InterBay team on February 13 this year from TML;
previous to that he worked with Lloyds for 19 years, bringing with him
invaluable experience of the mortgage market.

Passing the exam with a distinction, Shutler says: “I’m obviously delighted
with my results; the papers fairly tested my knowledge.

It’s great that InterBay encourages us to further our expertise and take the exams.

“It shows that InterBay take educating their staff very seriously; they support
us to be the best”.

Andy Murray, general manager for InterBay, says: “I’m very proud of Shutlers
achievement.

Not only do we champion education for mortgage brokers, we want
to make sure our staff are the best qualified.

When brokers call the InterBay helpline, they can expect expert help with their commercial enquiries.”

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