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Skipton appoints former broker to role of intermediary relationship manager

Skipton Building Society has appointed Tracey Nash as intermediary relationship manager for the London area.

Nash joined the society in March 2017 and previously worked as a broker within the mortgage arm of an IFA firm based in Kent.  

During her near 20-year career, Nash has gained experience across the mortgage market including in direct customer advice, intermediary mortgage sales, training, compliance and management of a regulated sales team.

She says: “I am delighted to be joining Skipton Intermediaries.

“Brokers play a vital part at Skipton Building Society with 95 per cent of lending coming through the Intermediary channel.

“I am very much looking forward to starting my journey with Skipton and playing my part in its continued success.”

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