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TFC Homeloans triple hire boosts processing capacity

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TFC Homeloans triple hire boosts processing capacity
Manchester-based packager TFC Homeloans has expanded its new business and processing teams with three hires taking its total staff to 30.

Paul Morrison joins from Barclays’ business division where he worked as a commercial mortgage adviser. He will join the processing team as a case owner.

Connor Naughton joins the firm to work as a completions officer. He brings with him experience from his time at Think Money and debt management firm Harrington Brooks.

Jordan Flint has joined TFC providing underwriting support to the new business team. Before that he was a PGA-qualified golf professional for five years.

Nigel Payne (pictured) said: “All three of our new recruits are settling in well and helping us to build a trusted mortgage packager by doing things the right way. Like all of our staff, they will benefit from our employee training and development programme, that will support them to progress in the business as TFC continues to grow.”

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