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McCoy steps down from Sesame Bankhall Group

by: Heather Greig-Smith
  • 12/01/2017
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McCoy steps down from Sesame Bankhall Group
Senior product manager Rob McCoy is to leave Sesame Bankhall Group after 19 years.

Well-known in the industry, McCoy joined Norwich Union Life in 1997 as a product manager. The NU Mortgage Club was acquired by Bankhall Group and he became product and communications manager for PMS, rising to senior product and communications manager in 2010.

McCoy has not yet revealed what his future work plans will be and he intends to initially take a period of leave.

Writing on LinkedIn, McCoy said: “Today marks the end of an era for me as I leave SBG after 19 years. Best of luck to all my colleagues at PMS in Birmingham on the mortgage desk and the field based staff.

“Many thanks to the account managers, business development mangers, marketing and product teams at the lenders over the last 19 years it’s been a blast!

“Sun, sea and sand is calling me for the next few weeks, not forgetting the odd tipple or two. So here’s to the future and whatever that may hold.”

A spokesperson for PMS said: “We would like to thank Rob for his commitment and contribution to the business and on behalf of the group we wish him all the best for the future.”

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