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Pepper Homeloans appoints Rhona Potter to bolster brand

  • 12/01/2017
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Pepper Homeloans appoints Rhona Potter to bolster brand
Rhona Potter has been appointed as head of marketing for the specialist lender, Pepper Homeloans.

Reporting to managing director Colin Snowdon, Potter (pictured) takes responsibility for developing and implementing a marketing strategy and building Pepper’s brand within the intermediary mortgage market.

With a background in marketing and communications, Potter has provided marketing support to the Pepper Group in the UK since 2013, including the launch of Pepper Homeloans in 2015.

Potter, who has a degree in journalism, has worked for companies in Japan, Australia and the UK and has gained extensive marketing experience working in the B2C, B2B and financial sectors.

Colin Snowdon, managing director at Pepper Homeloans, said: “Rhona’s track-record speaks for itself and her experience working for Pepper over the past three years means she will be able to hit the ground running in her new role. I would like to wish Rhona every success for the future.”

Potter said: “This is an exciting time to take responsibility for marketing as we continue to build the profile of Pepper amongst intermediaries. We have ambitious plans for 2017 and beyond and I’m looking forward to working closely with our intermediary partners and brokers during the months ahead.”

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