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Ambrose McGinn resigns as director of Abbey for Intermediaries

Abbey for Intermediaries director Ambrose McGinn has resigned and will leave on March 24th.

He has been at Abbey for 16 years and now wants a change of direction in his career.

The Abbey for Intermediaries team will now report to Abbey intermediary and specialist banking managing director Tim Murley, subject to FSA approval.

Murley has been with Abbey for 19 years, and many of the areas he manages sell their products through intermediaries. These include Cater Allen, commercial mortgages, Abbey International – Abbey’s offshore Jersey-based business – and small business banking.

McGinn says: “I have had a long and fascinating career with Abbey, but the time feels right for a change. I know that Abbey remains firmly committed to the intermediary business, and I look forward to seeing its continued growth and success.”

Murley says: “This is a great part of Abbey’s business, and one where we have the potential to develop much further. This year, intermediaries will see we are really serious about improving further the service we give them, and the range of packages we offer.”

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