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Paul Roberts joins National Counties Building Society

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  • 08/12/2015
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Paul Roberts joins National Counties Building Society
Paul Roberts has been appointed business development manager at National Counties Building Society and its offshoot, Family Building Society.

 

Paul joins from Skipton Building Society where he has been a BDM since 2001. He has spent over 26 years in the industry.

Cammy Amaira, head of intermediary sales at National Counties said:

“We are delighted that Paul has joined us. He brings a wealth of experience which will be invaluable in developing relationships with brokers and other intermediaries in the North of England, notably the M62 corridor, Yorkshire and the North East.

“We are seeing unprecedented growth in lending volumes and the number of applications for new loans to National Counties Building Society and Family Building Society, continues to rise. We believe very firmly in building relationships with our introducers to continue to offer the very best service to them and their clients.”

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