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Just Mortgages’ self-employed team grows by 48 advisers in Q1

  • 26/04/2023
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Just Mortgages’ self-employed team grows by 48 advisers in Q1
Brokerage Just Mortgages recruited 48 advisers to its self-employed division in the first three months of the year, and hopes to add 200 more by the end of 2023.

The self-employed arm has nearly 500 advisers now and the firm aims to maintain recruitment levels throughout the year. Including its employed advisers, Just Mortgages has more than 650 advisers across the country. 

Advisers in its self-employed team are able to manage their own businesses while accessing support with training, mentoring and compliance. 

They can also gain additional qualifications to diversify such as business protection, commercial property, equity release and other later life lending. 

Carl Parker (pictured), national director of Just Mortgages, said: “It’s fantastic to see such strong recruitment levels and sustained demand for self-employed, especially given everything that has happened in the last nine months or so. It’s a real testament to the infrastructure and support package we put around all our self-employed advisers to ensure they can make a real success of it.  

“2023 has so far been a transformative year for the division with some really experienced hires and a whole new structure designed to not only better support our brokers, but provide the roadmap to reach 1,000 advisers. Add in talented new adviser blood and its certainly an exciting time to be a part of Just Mortgages.” 

He added: “In the current climate, advisers need to be alive to opportunities beyond just mortgage and protection. Expanding licence options not only allows firms to win more business, but deliver a real competitive advantage in their region. For those with the ambition and motivation, Just Mortgages is able to support, both with in-house expertise and through valuable events.” 

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