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Gooding to step down as AMI chairman

Association of Mortgage Intermediaries chairman Charles Gooding has anounced he will not seek re-election this year.

Gooding – who was the AMI&#39s first chairman – will step down in July when a new chairman has been voted in.

Gooding says: ” AMI&#39s success over the last twelve months has been staggering, not just in terms of the number of new members, but the impact and influence that has been apparent with the onset of regulation. I am grateful for the support shown to me from the industry as a whole.”

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