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Lehman hires former RBS stalwart Kaszczak

Lehman Brothers has appointed former RBS stalwart Louis Kaszczak as its intermediary business development executive.

Kaszczak, who quit as head of corporate distribution at RBS Intermediary Partners last October, will work across Lehman’s three mortgage brands London Mortgage Company, South Pacific Mortgage Limited and Preferred.

Lehman chief executive Simon Hinshelwood says: “I would like to extend a very warm welcome to Louis. He is an important addition to our team. His experience of both multi brand lenders and intermediary distribution will be invaluable as we continue to enhance our different brand propositions to our intermediary partners.”

Kaszczak says: “I am delighted to join an organisation which is going through an exciting time in terms of its mortgage development. With the specialist market continuing to grow and all three brands performing well, there is a great opportunity to expand in the direct-to-broker channel.”

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