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Mortgages plc appoints two to management team

Non-conforming lender Mortgages plc is making two new appointments to its management team.

David Shortt joins as corporate development manager and will focus on developing corporate relationships with prime market lenders and developing Mortgages plc&#39s presence in the corporate intermediary market.

David Eaves becomes the first key account manager for the north of England, covering an area from Birmingham to the Scottish border.

Mortgages plc chief executive Trevor Pothecary says: “David Shortt has a breadth of experience in the lender market that I know he will bring to the company.”

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