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Leeds Building Society’s Jaedon Green joins housing association board as non exec director

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Leeds Building Society’s Jaedon Green joins housing association board as non exec director
Leeds Building Society has confirmed that its director of product and distribution Jaedon Green has been appointed as non executive director of Leeds Federated Housing Association.


Leeds Federated owns and manages around 4,000 properties across Leeds, Wakefield and North Yorkshire, as well as providing its customers with other services, such as debt advice.

Green said that Leeds Building Society has a long history of supporting affordable housing, so his appointment is another practical example of the mutual’s commitment to the sector.

He added: “I’m really looking forward to working with the Leeds Federated board as the association continues to deliver on its purpose, providing high quality housing and working with local communities to make neighbourhoods people want to live in.”

Matthew Walker, chief executive officer of Leeds Federated Housing Association, said: “Jaedon brings a wealth of financial services experience spanning 30 years, working with Bank of England, Government policymakers, industry regulators and UK Finance – formerly the Council of Mortgage Lenders – as a subject matter expert on housing issues.”

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