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Maeve Ward leaves Shawbrook after nine years

Tom Belger | 5:13 Thursday 1st February 2018

Shawbrook Bank has confirmed the departure of Maeve Ward (pictured above) after nine years at the company.

Shawbrook Bank has confirmed the departure of Maeve Ward (pictured above) after nine years at the company.

Maeve – who joined Shawbrook in 2009 – played a key role in building the specialist bank’s second charge business while serving in the role of managing director of residential mortgages.

Maeve’s departure comes after the appointment of Jeremy Law as managing director of residential mortgages.

Shawbrook has also announced the appointment of Phillip Tyson as head of credit for residential lending.

In addition, the specialist bank has announced that Claire Rankin – currently head of networks for residential mortgages – will become interim sales director.

Claire worked closely with Maeve and will continue to work with Shawbrook’s broker channel.

“Maeve has been an integral part of Shawbrook for the last nine years, during which time she was instrumental in the success of the residential offering, and a key personality within the business working with the bank’s pool of broker partners,” said Jeremy.

“I would like to thank Maeve for the important contribution she has made and wish her well for the future.

“Claire has extensive experience and first-hand knowledge of the residential mortgage market and I’m confident that she will continue to help provide the right solutions via the broker channel, balancing its regulatory responsibilities with the need to provide practical and thoughtful solutions to UK borrowers.”

Commenting on Phillip’s appointment, Jeremy added: “Phillip brings a great deal of knowledge and experience to our underwriting teams and I’m confident [that] through his leadership, Shawbrook will continue to be known for offering residential mortgage products that are built on common sense, consideration and thoughtful judgement.”

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