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Charman joins Sesame Bankhall in specialist relationship role

by: Christine Toner
  • 18/09/2017
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Charman joins Sesame Bankhall in specialist relationship role
Sesame Network and PMS Mortgage Club have appointed Stephanie Charman to the newly created role of specialist relationship manager.

Charman was previously mortgage director at Positive Lending and prior to that head of mortgages and protection at Mortgage Intelligence.

Elsewhere Diane Jones has moved from her role managing the PMS mortgage desk to a new role as relationship development manager.

Jane Benjamin (pictured), head of relationship management at Sesame and PMS, said: “Stephanie’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to continuing to invest in our adviser and lender support. Her experience will prove extremely valuable as we look ahead to further industry changes and exciting new initiatives in the specialist sector of the market. Meanwhile, Diane’s new role reflects the success of our growing mortgage valuations business and the opportunity we have to work with our members to build this further.”  

Stephanie Charman added: “I am delighted to be joining Jane and her successful team in this newly created role. The specialist lending market will continue to grow and ensuring advisers are fully aware of all the opportunities available to them is paramount for their future success. PMS and Sesame are renowned for securing the best products and exclusives for their members and I am looking forward to working with the team to build on this.”

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