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Bagley joins network as marketing boss

The Right Mortgage & Protection Network has hired Lauren Bagley as head of marketing.

Bagley, who left mortgage club TMA last month, will be tasked with devising a marketing plan to grow the network, develop its proposition and raise its profile.

Managing director Martin Wilson says: “Lauren is one of the brightest talents within our industry and we are very excited to have her at our network. 

“We have significant plans over the next year and challenged ourselves to find people who match our ambition to provide an unrivalled proposition and service to our members.

“Lauren has the experience and passion to deliver successful propositions to firms, as well as a track record of brand development, which means that she will be a huge asset to our business.”

Bagley says: “I’ve always worked on behalf of advisers. That is what I know and what I’m dedicated to. I will continue to constantly challenge the status quo to achieve the results that advisers want and value.

“I’m very lucky to be joining this team of likeminded people.”


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