Newly appointed Bradford & Bingley chief executive Richard Pym has the task of stabilising the lender as it tries to regain ground in the wake of the credit crunch.Pym, who retired as Alliance & Leicester group chief executive in July 2007, says he will pay special attention to B&B’s deal with GMAC for its books […]
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