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Bluestone Mortgages adds BDM and makes duo of promotions

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  • 22/03/2024
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Bluestone Mortgages adds BDM and makes duo of promotions
Bluestone Mortgages has appointed Ben Curran as business development manager (BDM) and promoted Kelly Powell and Nik Sukara to field BDMs.

The lender said that the BDM appointment and promotions are part of its “ongoing commitment to better support brokers and customers with adverse credit across the country”.

Curran will be a BDM for the South West and Wales, and will oversee and manage broker relationships in the region.

He joins from Liberty Financial, a specialist lender in Australia, where he worked for around six years. He initially joined as support specialist and then worked his way up to residential mortgage underwriter and then team coach for sales.

Powell will be a field BDM covering London, and Sukara will be a BDM for the North West and Yorkshire.

They will be “responsible for promoting and developing awareness of Bluestone’s products and business proposition in their respective markets”.

Mark Hollands, head of sales and distribution at Bluestone Mortgages, said: “We are delighted to have Ben join our team as BDM and help strengthen our team in the South West of England and Wales.

“We are also pleased to promote both Kelly and Nik, who have played pivotal roles in expanding our proposition in their markets. This new appointment and promotions support our ultimate mission as a specialist lender to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to climb onto or up the property ladder and make their homeownership dream come true.”

Bluestone Mortgages has been growing its team, recently hiring Steve Bailey as its field-based BDM for the South East.

In an interview with Specialist Lending Solutions last year, Reece Beddall, sales and marketing director at Bluestone Mortgages, said it was recruiting 25 roles across its Sheffield and London businesses to support its “growth trajectory”.

He said at the time that it was recruiting four new field-based BDMs in field base areas of the North of England, Midlands and South East. The additions would bring the field-based team from three to seven.

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