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Legal and General Mortgage Club appoints two key relationship managers

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  • 14/02/2019
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Legal and General Mortgage Club appoints two key relationship managers
Legal and General Mortgage Club has appointed Zara Bray and Adam Sheldon as key relationship managers.

 

Zara Bray had a 14-year career with Legal and General and she will take up her new position on 18 February 2019.

Adam Sheldon has joined from Leek United Building Society, where he has worked for over seven years. Sheldon will starts his role on 4 March 2019.

In their new roles, Bray and Sheldon will be responsible for managing relationships with Legal and General Mortgage Club’s key broker partners seeking to develop new relationships supporting the club’s growth plans.

Bray said that she is excited to continue to build her career further at Legal and General Mortgage Club.

She added: “I am really looking forward to developing relationships with intermediaries and supporting the club’s growth plans.”

Adam Sheldon said: “I am excited to help further develop the club’s proposition whilst providing additional value to key partners.”

Craig Hall, head of broker relationships and propositions at Legal and General Mortgage Club, said: “Adam and Zara are extremely welcome additions and now complete our team of five, following the appointment of Clare Beardmore in December.

“Their experience within the financial services industry will play a crucial role in further developing relationships with our key partners as we look to expand and diversify further as a Mortgage Club.

“We are heavily investing in the Club’s future and Adam and Zara’s appointments are testament to this, I look forward to Adam and Zara joining the team as we continue to go from strength to strength.”

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