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Paul Brett to join Landbay

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  • 23/02/2017
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Paul Brett to join Landbay
Former Foundation Home Loans business development director Paul Brett is to join peer-to-peer buy-to-let lending platform Landbay as managing director, intermediaries.

Brett (pictured) departed from specialist buy-to-let lender FHL in January to “pursue other options” within the mortgage industry.

Landbay, established in 2013, is an online peer‐to‐peer lending platform, with investments secured against buy-to-let mortgages.

Before spending two years at Foundation, Brett was director of sales at Masthaven, business development director at Borro as well as head of the Freehold Packager Association between 2004 and 2007.

Commenting on his new position, Brett said: “Landbay stood out as a company that is truly committed to its customers and the intermediary mortgage market, with a compelling, innovative and sector disrupting approach to lending.”

John Goodall, Landbay CEO, added: “Paul’s extensive experience and impressive list of contacts will play a crucial role as we continue to expand our lending proposition and cement our position in the market.”

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