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TMB quartet quit for Deutsche Bank

Four directors of The Mortgage Business are joining Deutsche Bank in what is the bank’s clearest indication yet that it is moving into lending in the UK.

Deutsche has recruited TMB managing director Bill Dudgeon, sales and marketing director Mark Bergin, strategy and planning director David Parry and operations director Paul Graham. The four will be taking on the same roles at the new Deutsche business. Although no site has been identified, they will for now be remaining in Chester.

Dudgeon is being replaced by HBOS executive Nigel Payne, reporting to Nigel Stockton, director of HBOS intermediary mortgages. Senior managers John Sleigh, Robert Holmes and Barrie Knox will take on wider roles within the TMB business.

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