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Three new faces at Network Data

Independent mortgage and general insurance sourcing software provider Network Data is making three senior appointments this week.

Peter Gladdy, Alex Cotton and Terry Young are joining to fill the respective positions of national sales manager, marketing manager and head of Mortgage Clearing Centre, Network Data&#39s service to intermediaries.

Gladdy has served on the executive committee of the Council of Mortgage Lenders, while Cotton joins from Legal & General Bank where she was mortgage marketing manager.

Terry Young was previously employed by the Woolwich in a number of roles from positions in the branch network to head of office functions.

Network Data says the appointments are part of its bid to further develop its services to intermediaries, ensuring they have the tools to cope with the increasing compliance demands from the Mortgage Code Compliance Board and General Insurance Standards Council.

Managing director Richard Griffiths says: “The track records of these three appointments, which feature commercial success and industry service, makes them all respected professionals in the business. They join the company at an exciting time and

a particularly challenging

period for the industry.”


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