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Northview’s David Finlay and Adrian Whittaker leave

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Northview Group distribution director David Finlay and New Street sales and distribution director Adrian Whittaker have both left the business.

A Northview spokesman could not say more about the circumstances of the duo’s exit.

Mortgage Strategy understands talks are still ongoing between Finlay, Whittaker and Northview.

Finlay and Whittaker were unavailable to comment.

Kensington head of marketing and communications Alex Hammond is also leaving to take up a new role at Castle Trust.

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