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Mortgage Next strengthens management team

Mal McConechy has been given responsibility for the newly created role of lender partnerships director. He will be responsible for managing the company&#39s lender panel and ensuring the company&#39s lending proposition operates within the new financial promotions regime.

Lisa Barber takes over responsibility as sales director, a role which not only includes responsibility for the company&#39s nationwide sales team, but also key account relationships. Lisa was previously director of national accounts.

Wilson has been made national development manager and is responsible for the specialist business team which provides mortgage brokers with a comprehensive packaging service. Wilson was previously a regional sales manager.

Martin Maynard, managing director at Mortgage Next, says: “These appointments underpin Mortgage Next&#39s commitment to provide brokers with a range of market leading products supported by excellent service, both from head office and in the field. I&#39m delighted to have been able to fill these posts from within the existing management team.”

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