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Responsible Group adds to lender and adviser teams with double appointments

  • 15/12/2022
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Responsible Group adds to lender and adviser teams with double appointments
Later life firm Responsible Group has made appointments across its adviser and lender arms as part of its expansion.

Chris Flowers (pictured) has been named intermediary sales director at Responsible Lending. He joins from Pure Retirement where he worked for eight years, with his most recent role being head of intermediary sales. He has also worked in equity release broker roles at Advise Wise and Age Partnership. 

Keith Haggart, CEO of Responsible Lending, said: “Chris brings a wealth of knowledge about the later life lending market and he is a great addition to the Responsible team. He will shape our distribution strategy as the business commences its next phase of growth.  

“I am looking forward to working with Chris to develop new propositions and to ensure we deliver a first class service to all our adviser partners.” 

Flowers added: “I’m excited to be joining Responsible Lending at such a pivotal time. Now, more than ever, consumers are looking to work with trusted brands and advisers. I can’t wait to work with the team over the coming months to bring some exciting products to market.” 

Tom Moloney has been appointed advice director of Responsible Life, the group’s broker business. 

He has 20 years of experience in the equity release sector, including three years at Age Partnership as corporate partnerships manager and nearly four years at Legal and General as project consultant. He also worked at debt charity StepChange for nearly eight years as a financial solutions manager. 

Tim Waterlow, managing director of Responsible Life, said: “It’s very exciting to have Tom onboard to help lead in this crucial area. The importance of safeguarding, challenge and the quality of advice to the equity release sector is impossible to overstate.” 

Moloney added: “The calibre of advice in the later life lending arena is crucial and standards are rising all the time. That’s great news for consumers but it does mean brokers need to constantly evolve. We’ll strive to always represent the gold standard.”  

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