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HML appoints Richard Hennah as sales director

HML has appointed Richard Hennah as its new sales director.

Hennah joins HML after nearly 12 years at KPMG, where he was a sales director in the financial services division.

He will report to HML commercial director Ian Cornelius. He says: “Richard will be charged with creating and nurturing board level relationships with our prospective clients. His significant experience in the financial services sector will be a great asset to HML as we look to grow our client base in 2012.”

Hennah says: “HML has a lot to offer to a marketplace that I believe will benefit increasingly from professional outsourcing and it has the right calibre of people in place to deliver its services.

“The organisation has a well-deserved reputation as a market-leading servicer and I am looking forward to leading HML’s drive for new business.”

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