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The Finance Centre Sub-prime mortgage packaging company, The Finance Centre, has appointed Marc Ha...

The Finance Centre

Sub-prime mortgage packaging company, The Finance Centre, has appointed Marc Harris as its new business development manager for the Midlands and South West.

He will spearhead the drive to develop and maintain relationships with intermediaries. Harris joins from Birmingham Midshires Solutions where he was area lending manager, responsible for managing a team of mortgage consultants across the Midlands.

He has also worked for Britannia Building Society in a number of roles, including business development manager and branch manager. His appointment is the latest in a series of additions to the packager’s business development team, with more to be announced over the following weeks.


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