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Chris Bevan joins Colbalt Capital

Chris Bevan has joined Cobalt Capital as group business development manager, heading up the companies business development unit.

Bevan previously worked at John Charcol for over seven years and was instrumental in setting up its Canary Wharf office five years ago, as well as helping to build relationships with several key corporate introducers.

Most recently, Bevan was operating as a regional sales director, overseeing three branches. Prior to joining Charcol, he spent seven years as an area sales manager for NatWest Mortgage Services.

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