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Britannic Money Britannic Money has two new additions to its sales team. Faysal Uddin has been app...

Britannic Money

Britannic Money has two new additions to its sales team. Faysal Uddin has been appointed as national sales manager and Faye Williams is the new business development manager.

Uddin will be responsible for devising and managing all aspects of new business generation and service delivery for packagers. He joins from Bristol & West.

Williams will be working alongside packagers, to promote and develop Britannic Money’s FRESH products and has seven years’ experience in the industry.

She said: ‘Britannic Money offers real solutions to real people and it is a pleasure to represent a forward-thinking company with an innovative perspective in sub-prime lending.

National Guarantee

Matt Vokes has joined National Guarantee as a senior underwriter. Prior to joining National Guarantee, Vokes was at Pink Home Loans, where he was responsible for establishing and running the company’s mortgage desk.

Keith Robinson, National Guarantee’s managing director, said: ‘I am delighted we have recruited a person of Matt’s calibre to drive our underwriting and sales support team towards even greater heights this year.’

‘Matt has a proven track record that speaks for itself. He knows the markets we serve and has great interpersonal skills that will benefit our growing army of brokers and our panel of lenders.’

Preferred Mortgages

Non-conforming lender Preferred Mortgages has four new senior appointments.

Peter Else takes up the newly-created position of servicing manager. He will be in charge of collections and customer services divisions. He joins Preferred after 22 years at the Bank of Ireland Mortgages, where he was head of mortgage administration.

Cate Curran has been appointed as product development manager. She joins from Tiny Computers, where she was a product development manager for nine years.

Mick Bradley is the new regional sales manager for the London area. He joins Preferred from the Chelsea Building Society. Sharon Ault has been appointed as head of human resources. She joins after 27 years with the LloydsTSB Group.

Simon Biddle, marketing development manager of Preferred Mortgages, said: ‘The addition of this new management talent demonstrates we are strongly positioned to exploit new market prospects.’


Southern Pacific Mortgage Ltd (SPML) has strengthened its business development team by appointing of Fred Paton as head of corporate development.

He will support and development of additional distribution channels for the lender, focusing in particular on the corporate side of the market. Paton has years of experience in the intermediary-based mortgage market and has previously held senior positions with Mortgage Express and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

John Prust, sales and marketing director at SPML, said: ‘I am delighted Fred has joined SPML in an important role in the development of the business. He joins us on the back of an outstanding year of growth for SPML and his extensive knowledge and contacts will be important as the company moves to the next stage of its growth.’


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