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McGeough in amicable split from Advantage

Harry McGeough has resigned his position as head of Northern Ireland and Scotland for Advantage after only three months.

McGeough joined Advantage from Dunfermline on October 2 and was heading teams in Scotland and Northern Ireland in an attempt to bolster Advantage’s service in both countries.

Advantage confirms that it has parted ways with McGeough.

McGeough says: “It was an amicable split. Things just didn’t work out the way we thought they would. It turned out the position at Advantage wasn’t what I was looking for. Right now I am looking at various options.”

Advantage recently launched its Police Service Flexishare Home Ownership Plan, a product designed for police officers who are still in their probationary period. It offers the ability to move the mortgage should officers relocate.

The plan is available with two rate options – a two-year stepped fixed rate of 5.69% in year one and 6.69% in year two and a three-year stepped fixed rate of 5.99% in year one, 6.99% in year two and 7.24% in year three.

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