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NatWest boosts BDM teams in Wales and London

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has hired two new business development managers to join the teams in Wales and London and Surrey.

Rhys Powell joins as field business development manager and will be working alonside brokers in Wales. Rhys has worked in the mortgage sector for six years, most recently at TSB. He also has a background as a personal mortgage adviser and branch manager.

Lawrence Barratt joins as a field BDM to work in conjunction with brokers in the London and Surrey region. Lawrence has over 10 years sales and service experience and has been with the bank for four years, with his last role being as a personal mortgage adviser.

NatWest Intermediary Solutions head of sales Mark Bullard says: “I am delighted to further increase the geographic coverage we can offer brokers. Rhys and Lawrence join a team that is 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 business development manager”

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