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The Finance Centre The Finance Centre has appointed Jayne Emery as business development manager. ...

The Finance Centre

The Finance Centre has appointed Jayne Emery as business development manager.

Emery’s responsibilities include building strong relationships with intermediaries in the North East of England and Yorkshire, and growing The Finance Centre within the region.

Before joining The Finance Centre, Emery was a regional manager with Newcastle Building Society, responsible for developing and managing key accounts. At Newcastle BS, she also gained experience as a branch manager.

Emery said: ‘My goal in the short and medium term is to identify key mortgage introducers in the North East and turn them on to the many opportunities that exist in today’s sub-prime industry. There are many brokers in the North East and Yorkshire who could benefit from our range of services. I will endeavour to get as many of them switched on to us as quickly as possible.’


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