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Scottish Life Mortgages appoints new sales manager



Scottish Life Mortgages have appointed former Chelsea Building Society assistant regional sales controller Paul Fryers as its new regional sales manager.



Fryers will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with IFAs in the Northern Ireland, Scotland and North of England mortgage market.

Commenting on his appointment, Scottish Life Mortgages chief executive says “We are delighted Paul has joined us. His knowledge of the lending industry and his experience of working with IFAs will prove invaluable for us in capitalising on our relationships with the IFA mortgage market.”

 

 

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