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Charcol’s Elliott joins The Buy to Let Business management team

The Buy to Let Business has appointed Paul Elliott to its management team.

Elliott (pictured) has worked in the mortgage industry for 18 years, most recently as head of specialist lending at John Charcol. His title at The Buy to Let Business will be ‘mortgage manager.’

At Charcol, Elliott was involved in the development of the specialist lending proposition including the bridging and development finance and the secured loans offering.

The Buy to Let Business managing director Ying Tan says Elliott “will be managing a team of complex buy to let specialists within the company and I am sure that his wealth of experience will make him a valuable new addition to the team.”

Elliott says: “I have admired from afar what Ying and his team have done to help drive excellence within the industry and this feels like a perfect fit for me given my experience in buy to let and specialist lending in recent years. I look forward to contributing toward the continued success, growth and evolution of the business in years to come.”



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