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Estate agency recruiter launches mortgage and financial services division

  • 31/08/2023
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Estate agency recruiter launches mortgage and financial services division
Rayner Personnel, a recruitment firm for the estate agency and lettings profession, has launched a financial services arm.

The expansion comes after the firm recognised a rise in demand for talent acquisition in the financial services sector. The company said it aims to become a household name in the financial services sector and will connect mortgage brokers and financial advisers with job opportunities. 

Daniel Clow (pictured, right with Russell Jervis (left), group managing director of Rayner Personnel) has been appointed as head of the financial services division and he joins from Just Mortgages where he was divisional sales director for almost two years. Prior to that, he was a mortgage manager at estate agents Sequence UK for a year and a half and before that, he worked another stint at Just Mortgages as a senior mortgage broker for more than three years. 

Rayner Personnel said he was “well-equipped” to lead the new division and said his industry knowledge would make him a “valuable asset” to its growth strategy. 

The financial services division will launch with five recruiters who all have experience in the sector and there are more than 100 job roles live. 

Josh Rayner, CEO of Rayner Personnel, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Daniel Clow to our team as the head of our new financial services division.  

“With his leadership, we are confident that we can leverage our existing success and take our financial services recruitment division to the next level. Our goal is to be the total talent partner for both job seekers and employers in the financial services industry.” 

Clow added: “I could not be more excited to get going with Rayner Personnel. With a couple of big contracts agreed already and countless candidates asking for help with their dream move, I have no doubt we will be able to be the ‘total talent partner’ in the financial services world.” 

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