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Mortgage Brain appoints two business development managers

Mortgage Brain is strengthening its business development team in a bid to keep the company at the forefront of developments in the mortgage industry.

It has appointed Karen Crookes to lead its team of new business development managers from Reuters where she had been an administrator for 10 years.

Madeleine Mason has been appointed to Crookes&#39 team as a new business development manager having worked for UCB Homeloans and a Northampton based estate agent as an adviser.

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