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L&G Home Finance hires two to bolster lifetime mortgages

Legal & General Home Finance has hired two non-executive directors to join industry veteran Stephen Smith.

The firm has hired Target Servicing non-executive director Steve Haggerty and  Barry Meeks.

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Haggerty (pictured left) is currently a non-executive director of Target Servicing and has worked for Skipton Building Society, Belmont Green and others.

Meeks (pictured below) is a non-executive director of Portfolio Independent and has held previous positions at Tenet Group and BFC Bank.

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L&G Home Finance managing director Steve Ellis says: “Their combined experience and knowledge, alongside that of Stephen Smith, will provide valuable insight and judgement to support the continued growth of Legal & General Home Finance and the wider lifetime mortgage market.”

Stephen Smith will step down at the end of the year but will take up a non-executive director role.

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