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Ward quits Britannic in wake of Paragon merger

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Following the announced merger of Paragon and Britannic Money, Tony Ward, chief executive of Britann...

Following the announced merger of Paragon and Britannic Money, Tony Ward, chief executive of Britannic, has left the company. Paul Rogers, finance director at Britannic, will leave the company later this year. John Heron, director of mortgages at Paragon Group, will take on the development and implementation of new strategies for Mortgage Trust as Britannic Money will soon be known.


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