Gatehouse Bank hires three case managers

Shariah-compliant lender Gatehouse Bank has appointed three new case managers following the launch of its home purchase products last week.

Georgina Taylor, Sinead Hendrikse and Tyler Sullivan have been hired as case managers on the home finance operations team.

Taylor previously held a number of roles at Connells and was most recently a product analyst for Countrywide, assessing the different mortgages brought to market.

Hendrikse has five has five years’ experience in financial services and joins Gatehouse Bank from Virgin Money. Earlier in her career she worked for Santander.

Sullivan joins from Connells where he spent 18 months gaining experience in a similar case management role.

All three will be based at Gatehouse’s Milton Keynes office.

The bank entered the buy-to-let market in late 2017 and on launched in a commercial property finance proposition in November, before entering the homebuyer market this month.

Gatehouse head of home finance Karen Faulkner says: Gatehouse is growing and introducing new products at quite a rate and the experience our new joiners bring will help ensure that applications for finance progress smoothly right through to completion.

“We are placing great value on experienced heads in our Home Finance Operations team. We’re determined brokers and direct customers will not be subjected to a tick box exercise that ignores their individual needs. It’s got to be something more personal and adaptable.”

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