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Secure Trust Bank announces new business development manager

Secure Trust Bank has hired Bradley Street (pictured) as its new business development manager, covering the Home Counties and the South.

Street arrives from Pepper Money, and previous to that, worked at Northern Rock, Lloyds Banking Group, and Castle Trust.

On the appointment, Secure Trust head of sales and marketing Tony Hall says: “We approach each case on its own merits, which means that our BDMs have a crucial role to play in working with brokers to help them identify the best solutions for their clients. Bradley has the perfect experience to become a valued partner for our intermediaries and we are excited to have him as part of the team.”

Street adds: “I love the BDM role as I enjoy building relationships with intermediaries and no two days are the same. I’m looking forward to using my knowledge and experience to help brokers understand how they can help more clients with Secure Trust Bank.”

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