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Colin Walsh set to become CML chairman

Colin Walsh, managing director of mortgages at Lloyds Banking Group is set to take over from Matthew Wyles as chairman of the Council of Mortgage Lenders next year.

Wyles, who has been chairman of the CML for almost two years will leave next year and Walsh has been nominated to replace him.

Wyles announced his replacement at the CML conference this morning.

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  • Keith 18th November 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Let’s hope a new Chairman will take a more positive view of change so we can get the MMR introduced quickly to give us all the certainty we need to move forward.