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Phil Quinn joins Pepper Money as BDM for London and the SE

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 17/10/2017
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Phil Quinn joins Pepper Money as BDM for London and the SE
Specialist lender Pepper Money has strengthened its presence in London with the appointment of Phil Quinn as business development manager.

Quinn joins Gordon Rae, who also has responsibility for London and the South East, and reports to Rob Barnard, director of sales.

Quinn has worked with financial institutions including Halifax and Scottish Widows, where he has had specific responsibility for building relationships with mortgage intermediaries. Phil has also worked as a senior mortgage adviser.

Rob Barnard, director of sales at Pepper Money, said: “I’m delighted that someone of Phil’s calibre is joining our team and his mortgage market knowledge and experience will enable him to make an immediate impact. I would like to wish him every success here at Pepper.”

Quinn said: “Pepper Money has established a strong presence in the intermediary mortgage market and I’m excited to be joining this rapidly growing business. I’m looking forward to working closely with brokers in London and as part of the BDM team here at Pepper Money.

In August, Pepper Homeloans rebranded the business to Pepper Money. All consumer finance products, including mortgages will be marketed under the Pepper Money brand, with a new broker portal also due out shortly.

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