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Downloadable photos (jpg format) of the CML's key spokespeople and other CML contacts are included here. For photos of other CML staff, please contact tamsin.askew@cml.org.uk


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Paul Smee, Director General
 

Paul joined the Council of Mortgage Lenders as Director General in August 2011. He was until April, Chief Executive of UK Payments, a post which he held for six years. He set up, and was the first Chief Executive of the UK Payments Council, which sets strategy for collaborative payments in the UK. He was very involved with the introduction of the Faster Payments Service in 2008, the first new payment system in the UK for 25 years; and in the production of the UK’s National Payments Plan.

Before payments, Paul was the first Director General of the Association of IFAs, the representative body for the community of independent advisors which was formed in 1999. He also was instrumental in the formation of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries.

During his earlier career, Paul has worked for the London Stock Exchange, the Association of British Insurers and the Independent Television Commission. He started his working life at the Department of Trade and Industry.

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Bob Pannell, Chief economist

A member of the senior management team, Bob has overall responsibility for the CML's economics, statistics and forecasting work. He writes a monthly market commentary, as well as contributing widely to CML News & Views and other published outputs. Bob works very closely with CML colleagues to ensure that policy and PR work is underpinned by rigorous, clear and relevant analysis.

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Sue Anderson, Head of member and external relations

Sue and her team are responsible for the CML's relationships with CML members and associates, external stakeholders, the media and parliamentarians. Sue has written widely on mortgage market issues and is spokesperson for the CML.

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Bernard Clarke, Communications manager

Bernard writes widely on mortgage market issues both for CML and external publications. He edits the fortnightly newsletter, CML News & Views, and produces the CML's annual report and Yearbook. Bernard is also a CML media spokesman.

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 Jon Saunders, Senior policy adviser (funding)

Jon Saunders is a senior policy advisor at the Council of Mortgage Lenders. He leads on issues related to the funding conditions, both retail and wholesale, for mortgage lenders and regulation where it relates to capital and liquidity.

He previously worked in the City for a variety of investment banks, included UBS and Dresdner Kleinwort. He graduated from Loughborough University in 1992 with a first class honours degree in Banking and Finance and subsequently gained an MSc from London University (Birkbeck) in Sports Management.

 John Marr
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 John Marr, Senior policy adviser

John Marr is a senior policy adviser at the Council of Mortgage Lenders. He leads on a range of issues, including social/affordable housing and low cost home ownership; environmental issues such as flooding and the Green Deal as well as policy issues particular to Wales. John was previously a policy adviser to the Local Government Association and has worked extensively in the public sector.

 

 Jennifer Bourne
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 Jennifer Bourne, Senior policy adviser

Jennifer Bourne is a senior policy adviser at the Council of Mortgage Lenders. She leads on a range of issues, including financial crime, legal and valuation matters and NewBuy, MI New Home and NewBuy Cymru. Jennifer has previously held a variety of policy roles within both the public and private sector.

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Stephen Noakes, CML Chairman

Home & Lifestyle Director, Retail Customer Products, Lloyds Banking Group

Stephen is currently Home & Lifestyle Director for Lloyds Banking Group.

Stephen joined the Group in December 2007 as Marketing Director for Cheltenham & Gloucester. He then took responsibility for the total Mortgage business when LTSB merged with HBOS. Whilst Mortgages continues to be his key accountability his portfolio now includes the additional Retail products of General Insurance and Protection. During his time in the Mortgage business he has driven a focus on the customer launching new propositions such as Lend a Hand and the Halifax Home finder application as well as increasing focus on customer experience driving improvements in advocacy.

Stephen's career prior to joining spans commercial roles across a range of industries.

 He is married with two teenage daughters.

 

 

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