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Broker support team for Cater Allen Bank

Cater Allen Bank is creating an intermediary sales support team in a bid

to boost its banking services.

CAB says it has assembled the sales team to boost its commission-paying

bank account services to intermediaries.

Newly appointed regional sales manager Andrew Chalmers has been with Cater

Allen since 1998. His role will involve co-ordinating six area sales


The new managers include Chris Rathbone, who has been with the bank since

1998 and has over 20 years&#39 experience in financial services.

Sally-Ann Bullimore joins the team after 19 years at Abbey National,

including eight years at Abbey National IFA. She will cover south-east

London and Kent.

Carlton Dodd will cover Hampshire, Devon and Cornwall and joins with 16

years experience in the financial services industry.

Wendy Breen will be responsible for central and south-west London. She has

worked previously at Fidelity Investments and Abbey National IFA.

Cater Allan manag ing director Paul Turtle says: “Over the past 12 months

we have focused our efforts on developing our presence in the intermediary

market. Our new team will help us continue to grow.”


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