Keystone Property Finance hires Moghal as BDM for Midlands

  • 11/06/2024
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Keystone Property Finance hires Moghal as BDM for Midlands
Keystone Property Finance has hired Sabiha Moghal as its business development manager (BDM) for the Midlands.

The specialist buy-to-let (BTL) lender, Moghal will be responsible for maintaining the Keystone Property Finance’s existing broker relationships in the Midlands and expanding its reach in the area.

Moghal, who has over 10 years’ experience in BTL, has previously worked as a BDM for Mansfield Building Society for over two years. Before that, she worked in a similar position at State Bank of India UK for almost five years.

Elise Coole, managing director of Keystone Property Finance, said: “The Midlands is an extremely important region for Keystone, so we’re delighted to welcome someone with such vast experience to look after it. Sabiha’s job will be to cultivate the strong relationships we have already in the area, as well as building relationships with new broker firms across the UK’s industrial heartland.

“Sabiha joins at an exciting time in Keystone’s history, as we continue to push forward following our most recent £566m securitisation. She will play a huge role in that, and we cannot wait for her to get out and start meeting people.”


‘Exceptional growth and excellent prospects’

Moghal commented: “Keystone may have only been around for six years, but the impact it has had on the specialist buy-to-let sector in that short time has been significant. In my eyes, Keystone has one of the best product sets on the market, as well as one of the most forward-thinking management teams.

“Therefore, when the opportunity came up to join Keystone, I jumped at the chance. This is a company with exceptional growth and excellent prospects, and I am very excited to get out on the road to showcase how Keystone can help to find a solution for complex buy to let cases.”

Alongside Moghal’s appointment, Simon Jones, Keystone’s BDM for London and Essex, will be expanding his coverage to Ipswich and Norwich.

Earlier this month, it was announced that the lender would be moving its second portfolio on to Phoebus Software’s servicing platform.

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