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Santander for Intermediaries appoints three more BDMs

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Santander for Intermediaries appoints three more BDMs
Santander for Intermediaries (SFI), has bolstered its team with three new business development managers.

Kelly Mortiboys, already with over six years of experience within Santander, will be supporting brokers in the East Midlands. Previously, Mortiboys worked in the Halifax intermediary team.

Chantelle Williams will be covering the North-West region. She previously worked within the retail and private banking division of RBS.

Katie May will also join the team to work alongside brokers in the Berkshire and Wiltshire region. Prior to Santander, May worked in an independent financial firm (IFA) and as a business development manager for specialist lender, Castle Trust.

Paul Adams, head of intermediary distribution at Santander for Intermediaries: “I’m so pleased to welcome three new people to Santander for Intermediaries, they bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that complements our already strong team.

The new hires come following a series of changes made SFI to improve their service, which included enhancements to its online affordability calculator, the launch of retention procuration fees, an online retention platform and a chatbot.

“We hugely value the work the intermediary market does and work hard to deliver them excellent products and services to support them. We are delighted to welcome Kelly, Chantelle and Katie into our team,” Adams added.

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