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NatWest appoints 3 BDMs

  • 04/07/2014
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NatWest appoints 3 BDMs
NatWest Intermediary Solutions has expanded its field-based business development (BDM) team with three new appointments.

Lisa Taylor will be supporting a panel of mortgage intermediaries in the Bournemouth area. Lisa previously worked for Mortgage Intelligence and as a mortgage adviser with Alliance & Leicester.

Having spent more than 20 years in the mortgage industry, Samantha Teasdale joins from Reeds Rains estate agents in Scarborough where she was a mortgage adviser. She will be working with intermediaries in Yorkshire and Teesside.

The third appointee is Sandra Cook who will be will be supporting brokers in Oxford, Milton Keynes and Northampton. She has spent the last two years as a mortgage broker and was previously with Chelsea Building Society where she gained experience as a branch manager before becoming a BDM.

Mark Bullard, head of sales, NatWest Intermediary Solutions said: “We have grown the volume of business we have transacted with brokers over the last three years and we will continue to build what is a strategically important channel for the group.

“The bedrock of our operation is the relationships our field and phone BDMs establish with their panels of brokers which is why I am especially pleased that Lisa, Samantha and Sandra all bring with them considerable amounts of experience from their time as mortgage advisers.”

Bullard said more BDM recruitment was on the way, coupled with further investment in Live Talk, its instant messaging platform.

Last week, Royal Bank of Scotland confirmed its had set its sights on a 12-15% market share target by the end of 2014 by doubling its in-house advisers to 800 and refocusing on its branch network.

The bank also described its market share as ‘underweight’ to investors saying a market share target of between 12 and 15% would take it to its natural level.



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