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SCIL appoints new MD

Tony Burdin has been appointed managing director of Scarborough Channel Islands Limited, effective immediately.

Formerly head of group marketing for the Scarborough Building Society Group, Burdin will head the launch of new savings products and the possible entry into the offshore mortgage market for SCIL.

Scarborough chief executive John Carrier says: “In his three years as head of group marketing, Tony has played a key role in driving forward our business through product innovation and the successful delivery of important projects such as the launch of our new specialist lending arm Scarborough Specialist Mortgages last autumn.

“Therefore, I’m delighted to announce that he is taking over as MD for our new offshore business, and look forward to the further success I am sure he will deliver in that role.”

Burdin says: “I see this as a fantastic personal and professional opportunity to take forward a very successful business and drive it forward through the next phase of its evolution, with the help of our very capable staff team on the island.”


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