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Nationwide’s Matthew Wyles to chair CML for second year

The Council of Mortgage Lenders has revealed Nationwide group distribution director Matthew Wyles has been elected chairman of the trade body for a second year.

Wyles will be supported by new joint deputy chairman GE Money Home Lending chief executive Colin Shave who has taken over from Paragon managing director John Heron.

Shave will be joining incumbent joint deputy chairman HSBC head of mortgages Martijn Van der Heijden.

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