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Kent Reliance appoints national account manager

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Kent Reliance has appointed Emily Machin as national account manager.

Machin joins from TSB, where she was also national account manager.

She will work alongside Becki Fraser and Scott Phillips as part of the team managing corporate partners.

OneSavings Bank director Adrian Moloney says: “Our specialist proposition now reaches nationwide and it is essential that we recruit the right calibre of mortgage professional to manage strategic relationships with our key partners. Emily’s hire is another step in this direction.”

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