In her new role Coffey will lead the sales and marketing function of the firm’s property department, focusing on the introducer lender market, implementing ‘ambitious growth’ plans for Goldsmith Williams’ property proposition within the mortgage intermediary market.
Coffey first started at Goldsmith Williams in 2002 and left the business to join Blacks after 10 years.
Eddie Goldsmith, partner at Goldsmith Williams, said: “We are delighted Emma is re-joining us having successfully helped with the launch of another conveyancing proposition.
“Emma has a tremendous wealth of experience in the conveyancing sector having started here as a junior in 2002. Her knowledge of the conveyancing process from start to finish will add real value for mortgage intermediaries and their clients
“Since then Emma has gone on to achieve much and it is a pleasure to welcome her back into this newly created role where she will be leading the sales and marketing function of our property department.”
Coffey said: “I’m thrilled to be back at Goldsmith Williams and look forward to working again with what only can be described as a progressive and positive team.”