Equifinance, the London based second charge lender, has appointed Laura Thomas as Regional Sales Manager (North). Laura’s arrival follows several other key appointments in the last few years which, together with some innovative product development, has seen the business grow significantly.
They also report that Des Styles will continue to support Equifinance in his role as Business Consultant by assisting them with valuable input on products, distribution and ongoing strategy.
Laura will concentrate initially on developing new and existing relationships in the northern half of the UK but also leverage well-established relationships forged in her previous time in the industry. Laura has vast amounts of experience in the lending sector having worked for Digitonomy as Channel Manager for the last 3 years and historically Together Money, Norton Finance and The Funding Corporation.
Tony Marshall, Managing Director at Equifinance, commented: “We are delighted to have secured the services of Laura who is already well known to many in the industry. Laura has joined Equifinance at a very exciting time and fully understands our achievements to date and our future ambitions for the business. We continue to build a very strong team with many years’ experience in the industry and are structured for growth.”
Laura said: “I am delighted to be working for such a progressive lender who has carved out a reputation in the market for fantastic service and a can-do attitude. I am really looking forward to building on the fantastic broker relationships already in place and bringing new brokers on board. I intend to work closely with my brokers to ensure our plans stay innovative and competitive and that our service level remains exceptional.”
"I am delighted to be working for such a progressive lender who has carved out a reputation in the market for fantastic service and a can-do attitude. "
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