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NatWest appoints new BDMs

Mark Bullard NatWest 2014

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has appointed a number of new business development managers, alongside creating an additional phone BDM team.

The new appointments follow the decision to revamp the structure of its BDM model, with field and phone BDMs paired up.

Zoe Haddon takes on the role of field BDM, working with brokers in York, Leeds and Teesside.

She has worked at NatWest for 23 years across a host of different roles including mortgage adviser and relationship manager.

Bethany Dowe joins as a phone-based BDM, assisting intermediaries across the east of England.

She has spent the last two years with LiveTALK, NatWest’s broker instant messaging service.

Adam Depledge also moves over from the LiveTALK team, taking over the phone BDM role covering Lancashire, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.

Daniel Zipfel and Suzie Hayter are also joining the phone BDM team. Zipfel will cover the West Country, while Hayter will look after Coventry, Leicester and Nottingham.

In addition Matt Wetherell and Michelle Edgley have both been promoted from BDMs to take up area sales manager roles.

NatWest Intermediary Solutions head of sales Mark Bullard says:  “We now have 53 BDMs working hard to support mortgage intermediaries in our new operational structure. The new additions will bring energy, knowledge and a willingness to help – important qualities needed to be a successful BDM.”

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