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Future Mortgages managing director quits

Future Mortgages managing director Tim Keast has quit his job to develop a financial services business nearer his home in Somerset.


Keast has been managing director of the sub-prime lender since its formation in October 1996 has sited the 200 miles he commutes to work every day as a factor behind his resignation.


Chairman Mike Cullhane will act as managing director pending a review of the board&#39s structure which is due to take place in the next month.

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