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London Mortgage Company London Mortgage Company (LMC) has announced two key appointments. Steve Ba...

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London Mortgage Company (LMC) has announced two key appointments. Steve Barry takes up the role of risk and finance director, while Mark Wilson becomes sales director for first and second charge mortgages.

Wilson will be responsible for devising and implementing LMC’s distribution strategy, recruiting and managing a nationwide team of regional sales directors and managers, product development and client relations. He spent four years as general manager (sales) at Kensington Mortgage Company before joining LMC.

Barry’s responsibilities include achieving flexible and cost-effective funding for LMC, including securitisation. Before LMC, Barry was part of the securitisation team at NM Rothschild and spent eight years in the prime and sub-prime credit and mortgage sector.

Robert Owen, managing director of LMC, said: ‘Given the growth of our second-charge business since launching and our recent move into the first-charge market, I want to ensure we have a topnotch senior team in place to help manage the strategic direction of the business. I am delighted to have Steve and Mark on board.’


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