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Cammy Amaira appointed sales and marketing director at Tipton and Coseley

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Cammy Amaira appointed sales and marketing director at Tipton and Coseley
Tipton and Coseley Building Society has appointed Cammy Amaira as its director of sales and marketing.

 

Cammy joins from Family Building Society where he was head of intermediary sales for three years.

At the Tipton he’ll be responsible for sales, marketing, product development and retention and will report to the society’s chief executive, Richard Newton.

 

Strategic push

Amaira said: “It’s my aim to get the Tipton name better known in the intermediary market. I’m looking forward to using my experience to bring new ideas to the table for the society to consider, particularly in relation to products and criteria and growing the Tipton’s mortgage book in what’s an increasingly competitive mortgage market.”

CEO Newton added: “Cammy brings a wealth of experience, a sound knowledge of the intermediary market and lots of industry contacts and he’s an excellent addition to the Society.”

Aberdeen-born Cammy, who now lives in Southam, Warwickshire, is married with three children and three grandchildren.

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