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SME sales director for Lloyds TSB

Lloyds TSB has appointed Guy Herrington as its new sales and marketing director of business banking sales covering IFAs and small business clients.

Part of his role will be to develop a strategy designed to help all customers, including smaller businesses, improve their financial situation.

Herrington, 42, was previously area director business banking for Lloyds TSB in Surrey and North Sussex responsible for all aspects of customer service and business development in the region.

As part of that role he was also seconded to the Department of Trade and Industry&#39s SME policy directorate to be part of the team that launched the national business angels network to help small to medium-sized companies access equity finance.

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