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Exclusive: Chris Bramham to rejoin Kings Group

  • 12/04/2017
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Exclusive: Chris Bramham to rejoin Kings Group
Chris Bramham is set to join surveying firm Metropolis Kings Group on 2 May, after Sean King left the business with immediate effect.

On Sean King, the group said: “We would like to thank him for all his support and efforts over the last two years and wish him well in the future,” adding: “It is with great pleasure we can confirm and welcome back Chris Bramham.”

Bramham, previously a director with Kings Group, left in July 2014 after a 12 year stint with the group to join Brightstar as director of mortgages.

Returning to Metropolis, Bramham takes up the role of commercial operations director.

Bramham exited Brightstar in early February.

Bramham said: “I’m really looking forward to the challenge and working with the business and in the industry from a different angle. Looking forward to getting stuck into the surveying market.”

He was a director and head of mortgages at Brightstar Financial for two and a half years. Prior to joining Kings Group, Bramham was area sales manager at Northern Rock for 13 years.

At the end of January, Bradley Moore was promoted to managing director at Brightstar Financial.


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