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Norwich and Peterborough appoints national sales manager

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society has appointed Andy Martin to the newly created role of national sales manager.


Martin joined the lender as a trainee manager in 1985 before becoming area business manager for Greater Peterborough in 1997.


Head of mortgage sales Nigel Smith says: &#34This new job is certainly one that Andy with his considerable experience will enjoy getting his teeth into. We have recorded record lending figures in the last two years and this looks set to continue in 1999 due to the efforts of the development team.&#34

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