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Norwich and Peterborough appoints new chief executive

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society is appointing Matthew Bullock as group chief executive.


He will join the society on February 15 and take over as chief executive when the incumbent Martin Armstrong retires on May 27.


Bullock has 24 years of experience with Barclays Group, most recently as Yorkshire regional director.


Norwich and Peterborough chairman Martin Mays-Smith says: &#34Martin Armstrong will be a hard act to follow but we are fortunate to have secured a new chief executive of quality, experience and ability to lead our building society in the next stage of its development.&#34

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