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South-west manager for Pink Homes Loans

Pink Home Loans is appointing Andy Keen as business development manager for the south-west region.

Keen joins a team of five other business development managers headed up by national sales manager, Mike Mitchell. He will be responsible for developing business in the south-west region including Bristol, Bath, Bournemouth and Wales.

Keen was formerly a broker consultant for The Mortgage Operation, Commercial Union, Clerical Medical and Scandia. He has also worked as a mortgage broker at John Charcol’s Southampton offices.

Pink sales and marketing director David Copland says: "We are delighted to welcome Andy to the sales team. We are confident that the south-west region is an area where Andy will make a positive impact both in terms of forging new relationships and strengthening existing ones."

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