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NatWest appoints two telephone BDMs; Shawbrook appoints BDM for south west

  • 30/10/2015
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NatWest appoints two telephone BDMs; Shawbrook appoints BDM for south west

NatWest Intermediary Solutions has appointed two new BDMs to its phone-based team in Norwich.

Dawn Applegate has been a NatWest branch adviser for 20 years and a mortgage adviser for 18 months.

Applegate is CeMAP qualified and will be dealing with a panel of brokers in south-west and central London, Birmingham, Sunderland and Wigan.

Tamara Butler joined NatWest from Vodafone, where, for the last five years, she has been a business manager for the East Anglia region responsible for 18 stores.

Butler will work with a panel of brokers in East London, Medway/Kent, Sheffield and Ipswich.

Mark Bullard, head of sales, NatWest Intermediary Solutions said: “It’s very pleasing to be able to recruit more people to join our successful team of BDMs. Dawn and Tamara are both very capable individuals with the experience and drive to make a real difference to the brokers they will be working with.”

Meanwhile, the commercial division of Shawbrook Bank has recruited Krissy Salmon who will be based in the south west.

Krissy joins after eleven years at the Yorkshire Building Society, the last four of which she was a business manager in the Southwest.

Salmon said: “After speaking to colleagues and others in the market, I was first attracted by Shawbrook’s burgeoning reputation as a pragmatic lender that marries traditional customer-first values with innovative products.”

Emma Cox, head of sales for Shawbrook Commercial said: “I have no doubt that Krissy is going to be an energising addition to our already flourishing business development team. The Southwest has been an underappreciated area of the country with regard to property investment and, considering her experience and broker contacts in the region, Krissy is ideally placed to expand the Bank’s reach in this promising market.”

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