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Legal and General hires Beardmore as key relationship manager
Legal and General Mortgage Club has hired Clare Beardmore as key relationship manager, joining from Leek United Building Society where she worked as head of mortgage sales.

 

This is part of its growth plans aimed and the club will be further expanding the team with two additional key relationship managers.

Beardmore will be stepping in her new role on 17 December.

She will be responsible for developing and managing the relationships with a number of Legal and General Mortgage Club’s key account intermediary firms as well as new business relationships in order to maximise sales and future opportunities.

Beardmore said that she is delighted to help further develop the club’s proposition whilst providing additional value to broker partners.

Craig Hall, head of broker relationships and propositions of Legal and General Mortgage Club, added: “I am delighted to welcome Clare to the Mortgage Club team. Clare has extensive experience within the mortgage industry and will play a key role in further developing our relationships across all channels.

“We’re heavily investing in the future of the club and we look forward to announcing more additions to our team soon to help boost our support for brokers.”

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