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Staffordshire Building Society chief exec elected to CML

Staffordshire Building Society chief executive Keith Page has been elected to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.


Page will use his position as a member of the Council to call for greater education of the general public concerning financial matters.


Page says: I have joined the Council at a time when there is significant change within the industry and the Government is looking at the case for the regulation of the mortgage market.


&#34In my role I will help determine the future direction of the mortgage market which I believe should focus more on lenders understanding the needs of the consumer and investing time and resource to improve levels of financial education within the general public.&#34

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