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Redwood Bank recruits BDM for Yorkshire and the north east

  • 07/09/2018
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Redwood Bank recruits BDM for Yorkshire and the north east
Redwood Bank has appointed Mark Dolphin to the role of business development manager, focusing on Yorkshire and the north east.

Dolphin joins having spent the last two and a half years at Atom Bank, while he has previously enjoyed lengthy spells at Lloyds Bank and Santander.

The challenger lender has recently been on a recruitment drive, bringing in five other new starters to take its total number of employees to 55.

Gary Wilkinson, chief executive officer and co-founder of Redwood Bank, said Dolphin’s wealth of experience would be a valuable asset to the firm, adding: “As we continue to develop and grow, it’s key that we have the very best people on board who are committed to delivering a first-class service for all our business customers.

He is passionate about customer service, delivery and making a difference in helping SMEs, the lifeblood of the UK economy, achieve their goals and aspirations.”

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