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New members for AOBP as trade body widens scope

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New members for AOBP as trade body widens scope
The Association of Bridging Professionals has appointed three new members to its executive committee as part of its plans to become a more "representative body" to its members.

Phil Gray, managing director of Cheshire-based Watts Commercial Finance, Chris Treadwell, head of commercial and development at Enness Private Clients and Ben Lloyd, managing director of South Wales specialised lender Pure Commercial Finance will join the executive committee after the summer.

Gray said:  “I am delighted and honoured to have been asked to join the AOBP executive committee and I look forward to not only serving to help the industry as a whole, but also to be a voice for the north of the UK where many amazing people and businesses thrive. It is an exciting challenge and brilliant for both myself and my company and I look forward to taking up my position in September.”

Lloyd added: “Since inception the AOBP has always stood for higher standards in the industry and acted to provide a focus point for the industry to talk to government and regulators. I look forward to building on the vital work undertaken by previous committee members and push forward the Association’s exciting agenda on behalf of its members.”

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