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Kent Reliance hires BDM for London and Essex

Kent Reliance has appointed has appointed Matthew Butt as a senior development manager for London and parts of Essex.

The lender, part of OneSavings Bank, has hired Butt to boost relationships with brokers in these regions.

Butt has more than 10 years experience in the financial services sector, including 7 years at Nationwide, and more recently as a BDM for Virgin Money, where he also worked in the south east.

Earlier this year, Kent Reliance appointed Helen Comben and Susan Baillie as senior BDMs in the south London and north teams respectively.

OSB head of sales Simon Cockerill says: “Matthew is the most recent of a series of senior hires we have made over the last few months following a very successful 2017. Matthew’s expertise and understanding of the sector and region are fundamental, and a key part of our continued development strategy in 2018.”

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