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Moneystore appoints Jane Arckless as head of finance

Mortgage packager The Money Store has appointing Jane Arckless as its head of finance.


Arckless was previously finance controller at Lombard Bank and has worked as a tax consultant for Mitsubishi Electric.


She will report to managing director Larry Wodarski and be responsible for all activities in the accounting and financial planning departments.

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