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Portman and Sun Bank merge teams

Portman Building Society and its specialist lending subsidiary Sun Bank are combining their intermediary sales teams, although Sun Bank will remain a separate operation with its own staff, branding and product range.

The new 12-strong team will be headed up by associate director, group intermediary sales Paul Howard.

He says this means IFAs will only have to speak to one person about the full range of Portman and Sun Bank products, including self-certification, buy to let and sub-prime.

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