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Preferred Mortgages expands

Specialist lender Preferred Mortgages has made four new appointments as part of an growth policy that has also seen it expand its head office.

Peter Else joins as servicing manager from Bank of Ireland mortgages where he was head of mortgage administration. Sharon Ault becomes head of human resources after 27 years with Lloyds TSB. Cate Curran is appointed product development manager and Mick Bradley becomes regional sales manager.

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