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Scottish Widows Bank adds two BDMs in south

  • 22/05/2017
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Scottish Widows Bank adds two BDMs in south
Scottish Widows Bank has grown its specialist team with two new Business Development Manager (BDM) appointments covering London and the South East.

Zouhair Mihramane joins from Lloyds Bank after roles as a branch manager and within the commercial banking division.

Financial and mortgage adviser Priya Kapoor joins Scottish Widows Bank from the Halifax branch network.

Focused on strengthening relationships with brokers and advisers, new BDMs Mihramane and Kapoor will help drive awareness of the lender’s professional, flexible and offset mortgage range and the choice and benefits brokers can pass on to clients.

Martin Fleming, managing director, Scottish Widows Bank, said: “Zou and Priya are great additions to our BDM team, they bring in-depth knowledge of banking and a passion to put the needs of customers first.

“This expansion of our BDM team is further evidence of our commitment to the intermediary channel and the strong growth we are experiencing in our business. Improved service, criteria and rates mean that we are seeing record breaking business volumes in Scottish Widows Bank.”

For more on offsets, see Scottish Widows’ learning hub here.

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