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Lloyds Banking Group hires replacement for Nigel Stockton

Lloyds Banking Group has appointed Mike Jones to replace outgoing mortgages sales director Nigel Stockton, who will take up his post as Countrywide financial services development director on October 1.

Jones will be responsible for all mortgage sales activity across the Lloyds Banking Group brands and will oversee intermediary sales, direct sales via the branch network and telephone and internet sales.

He joins from within the group, having recently held the role of network director for London and the South East for Lloyds TSB Community Bank.

Mortgages managing director Colin Walsh says: “I am extremely pleased to welcome Mike to this high profile role. I know he brings with him expertise and enthusiasm, this will help us to continue to grow and shape our leading mortgage business.”

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