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B&W chief Toller in move to LMS

Following thirteen years at Bristol & West, head of marketing Dominic Toller is leaving to join LMS, a provider of outsourced services to lenders and brokers. He will be responsible for marketing and developing new business, particularly in remortgaging. He will be replaced by Mike Howell former marketing manager of Pink Home Loans.

Toller says: “I know LMS well and have been impressed with their rate of growth and development. We are really looking forward to taking the business forward, particularly looking at doing some work in home information packs.”

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