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Haggerty gets MD post at Homeloan Management

Mortgage administrator Home loan Management, a subsidiary of Skipton Building Society, has app ointed Steve Haggerty as managing director.

Haggerty has been acting managing director since Barry Meeks left in Sep tember and he was deputy to Meeks over the previous five years.

Before moving to HML, Haggerty was assistant gen eral manager for mortgages and investments at Skipton and prior to that held a number of management posts at Bristol & West.

HML chairman Ron McCormick says: “The board were unanimous in their view that Steve is the right person to take HML forward from its current position of strength and to develop its service.”

Haggerty says: “I am relishing the challenge pres ented by this wonderful opportunity. These are exciting times for HML and I am delighted to be leading an excellent and highly motivated team.”

HML is launching a mortgage support website for lenders and intermediaries called LoanEnquirer.com. The site will allow customers and intermediaries to access information on the mortgage application at any time of the process until completion and is updated four times a day.

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