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Principality relocates BDM to increase support

Principality Building Society has relocated its business development manager Steve Bond to support its network in the south east of England.

He will now ply his trade in Kent, Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire.

Bond has been at the building society for almost five years holding a variety of positions. Prior to this he worked at HSBC as a senior customer service adviser for nearly three years.

Principality Building Society national development manager Helen Lewis comments: “Bond brings with him a wealth of experience from underwriting to managing our desk-based business development managers, and I am delighted to welcome him into the field team.

“We have seen growth in the south east region, and I know Bond will be a fantastic asset in providing excellent face-to-face support to our valued broker network.”

Bond says: “I am thrilled to be going back home, where I will be supporting brokers. I will be spreading the word on everything from our buy-to-let product to new build criteria, and everything in-between.”



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