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Intrinsic appoints new proposition director

Intrinsic has appointed Charlotte Nixon (pictured) as its new proposition director.

Nixon joins from Vitality where she worked for almost two and a half years as a national account manager.

Prior to this she held various positions at Personal Touch Financial Services, having worked there for almost a decade.

Intrinsic financial planning and mortgage network managing director Gemma Harle comments: “Nixon is a fantastic addition to the mortgage network and brings a range of expertise which will be vital for the network.

“She has an excellent understanding of the intermediary market, and the role networks play in supporting brokers to provide quality advice.”

Intrinsic mortgage network proposition director Charlotte Nixon adds: “I am pleased to be a part of the company. The network’s scale and strength make it a leading proposition.”

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