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Tucker appointed Twenty7Tec CEO in senior management expansion drive

  • 01/10/2018
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Tucker appointed Twenty7Tec CEO in senior management expansion drive
Technology firm Twenty7Tec has confirmed James Tucker's appointment to CEO from managing director after three years at the helm and a raft of internal and external appointments to drive company growth.


Phil Bailey, formerly director of intermediary solutions, has also been promoted to director of sales and marketing.

The Twenty7Tec intermediary sales and support teams have been bolstered with three new roles with the appointments to be announced subject to contract, including head of intermediary relationships, national account manager (North), and sales and marketing co-ordinator.

Melanie Spencer has been promoted to head of lender relationships and Hannah Oades joins the firm as lender relationship co-ordinator.


API onus on lenders

CEO James Tucker (pictured) said the development of its end-to-end application processing interface (API) process for mortgage applications Mortgage Apply was beholden to the pace of lender development, but added the next clear technology announcements were likely to be distributors picking technology partners, not lenders.

Jorge Monte has also been appointed head of implementation and delivery, with responsibility for the roll out of the company’s systems to new intermediary users, while Paul Bennington moves to the newly created role of training co-ordinator.

Stephen Smith, non-executive director of Twenty7Tec, said: “Twenty7Tec is about to embark upon a period of unprecedented growth. The board believes that these changes, as well as our ongoing drive to extend the size of our team even further, ideally positions the business to continue to deliver on its growth plans.”


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