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Harrison is national sales boss at Just Bridging Loans

Just Bridging Loans has appointed former Mortgages Plc head of sales Mark Harrison as its new national sales director.

Harrison was previously corporate development manager of sister company Just Cashflow, covering Merseyside, Chester and North Wales.

He was sales director for GE Capital between 2008 and 2009 and head of sales for Mortgages Plc between 2004 and 2007. 

He has worked as a consultant for the past six years.

Just Bridging Loans director John Davies says: “Mark is well known in the intermediary community and, over the past 25 years, has worked in senior positions for companies such as GE Money, Mortgages Plc and Bank of Scotland, in addition to running his own successful brokerage.

“This makes him ideally qualified to take on the national challenge of demonstrating how our primary solution, PortfolioBuilder, can provide property professionals with up to 100 per cent funding.”



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