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Kensington appoints new manager

Kensington has appointed Charles Morley as its new national accounts manager.

His role will be to strengthen and develop Kensington&#39s links with high profile lenders and to increase its profile within the IFA market.

Morley was previously at Tilney Investment Management, Mortgage Express and the National & Provincial Building Society where he was involved in managing projects with key corporate clients.

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