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HML reveals executive restructure

HML has restructured its executive team as it merges with Baseline Capital and former Scarborough administration subsidiary SMS.

New chief executive Brian Brodie will lead the company and Neil Warman will be chief commercial and finance officer, and will also act as Brodie’s official deputy.

Reporting to Warman, Jeff Quilter will take up the new position of director of strategy. Martin Frazer, formerly managing director at SMS, will succeed Quilter as director of client relations and will also report to Warman.

Jonathan Pattinson, who joined in March from Northern Rock, takes on the role of chief risk officer with responsibility for risk, compliance, audit and standby servicing. Andrew Jones becomes chief information officer and takes responsibility for all aspects of recently acquired Baseline Capital, which is being rebranded as HML Business Intelligence. Damian Riley, formerly managing director of Baseline, will report to Jones as director of business intelligence.

Gordon Soutar will be chief operating officer and his responsibilities have been extended to include SMS’s operations in Scarborough and HML’s special servicing proposiiton.

Brodie says: “The past year has been a period of change for HML as we have been rolling out and evolving our strategy to lead, innovate and expand our proposition. Amidst all this positive change it is key we ensure we have the right senior executive team to oversee all aspects of HML’s evolving business.”

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