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Bank of Ireland’s Alison Pallett to exit lender – exclusive

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  • 21/01/2019
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Bank of Ireland’s Alison Pallett to exit lender – exclusive
Alison Pallett, the director of sales for UK mortgages at the Bank of Ireland, is leaving the provider with no onward plans.

 

 

The UK mortgage boss has confirmed she is on gardening leave until the end of April but is excited to see what opportunities arise next.

Pallett joined the bank in 2005 as managing director of consumer lending, progressing to relationship director and was appointed to her current role just over four years ago.

She told Mortgage Solutions: “It’s been an absolute pleasure working at Bank of Ireland. I’ve loved my time and met some amazing and talented people and wish the team and the bank every success for the future.”

Pallett is on the board of directors and company secretary of the Bristol’s Women’s Voice, a lobbying group working to create a level playing field for women’s rights and services empowerment in the city.

BOI began a repositioning exercise in April last year to make Post Office for Intermediaries its dominant mortgage lending brand. Pallett led the transition, broker contract migration and re-registration drive across to the new distribution arrangement.

 

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