Howells (pictured), who was appointed managing director of Sesame back in February, joins Countrywide’s Peter Curran, who was re-elected, in representing networks.
For the practitioner constituency, Andrew Montlake, managing director of Coreco, and Scott Taylor-Barr from Carl Summers Financial Services have been re-elected to the board, while Abi Greenhalgh, director of Nest Financial Services, has taken the third spot.
The regional constituency is represented by John Charcol’s senior technical manager Ray Boulger, who has been re-elected, and Dan Maskell, director of the Finance Planning Group.
Finally, representing the national constituency, Will Hale, chief executive officer of Key, is re-elected.
Robert Sinclair, chief executive of AMI, said: “This process ensures that the membership affirms that it is being properly represented. I would like to thank all those who stood for election which ensures a democratic process. I would also like to express my sincere thanks to John Whyte of The Right Equity Release for his contribution during his six years of service and support.”