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EXCLUSIVE: Tenet Lime MD Gemma Harle jumps to Intrinsic

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  • 24/08/2017
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EXCLUSIVE: Tenet Lime MD Gemma Harle jumps to Intrinsic
IFA network Intrinsic has appointed Gemma Harle as its mortgage and protection network managing director, starting in October.

Harle has been managing director of Tenet Lime for seven and a half years and has over 25 years’ experience in mortgage lending and distribution.

She sits on the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) board and the Financial Conduct Authority Small Practitioners Forum and has previously held senior positions at Mortgage Trust and Mortgage Next.

Harle will report to Intrinsic group managing director, Stephen Gazard.

Gazard said: “I am delighted to have Gemma as part of the team. She is widely recognised as one of handful of key leaders in the mortgage and protection market. Her vast experience, expertise and energy will drive our mortgage and protection offering for the 1,000 mortgage advisers within the network. Hiring someone with Gemma’s knowledge and experience clearly illustrates our commitment to the future growth and success of the mortgage business.”

Harle added that she was pleased to be joining one of the leading financial adviser networks in the country and to have the chance to work alongside new colleagues at Intrinsic.

She said: “A market leader, Intrinsic already represents the largest mortgage and protection network offering in the market and I am excited by the real commitment and determination Stephen and the team have to take the business forward. I look forward to helping to deliver that for Intrinsic advisers.”

Before Tenet Lime, Harle was managing director at Mortgage Next for almost five and a half years and head of new business at lender Mortgage Trust for 14 years.

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