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TMB names new strategy and planning director

The Mortgage Business has appointed Robert Holmes as director of strategy and planning.

He was part of the original team that launched TMB in 1989. Since then he has fulfilled a number of roles within the company including new business, customer service, systems support and project management.

Holmes says: This new role gives me the opportunity to work with the rest of the management team and shape TMBs offering to the packager market.

Weve identified where we want to be in the market and now have sound foundations to build from at a time when packagers look set to benefit hugely from a shift in the mortgage market from mainstream to specialist lending.

TMB managing director Nigel Payne adds: Roberts experience of the market and TMB will ensure the new management team keeps the elements of TMB that worked in the past while shaping the business for the future.

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