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Henry to head up Money Partner’s secured loan team

Money Partners has appointed Adam Henry as director of secured lending, following a reveiw of its broker business.

Henry, previously sales and marketing director for Money Partners will be responsible for the loans sales team, all related broker relationships and all aspects of secured loans marketing and product design and development.

Explaining the rationale behind the revamped top-tier, Colin Sanders, Money Partners’ chief executive officer, says: “These appointments are the finishing touches to a wide-ranging review of our broker-facing sales capabilities that started soon after we acquired Residential1, the mortgage and loans brokerage, last year. The first step, completed last month, was to launch a new range of mortgage products designed around market requests from brokers.

He continued: “The next stage was to decide how to make best use of the deep pool of senior sales talent at our disposal as a result of the acquisition. These appointments reflect this, and provide a clear line of sales leadership for our mortgage and secured loans sales channels. We have also matched high calibre individuals with the right skills and experience to clearly defined job roles. This will result in an even superior level of service from Money Partners.”

Martin Gilsenan has also been is appointed director of sales mortgages, for Money Partners and Money Partners Touch with responsibility for all aspects of mortgages sales, including the mortgage sales team and the internal sales support team.

Gilsenan was previously sales director for Money Partners Touch, the direct-to-broker service channel for non-packaging brokers and introducers.

Danny Churchill has also taken on the role of director of marketing and product development, mortgages. for Money Partners and Money Partners Touch with responsibility for all aspects of mortgage marketing and product design/development.

Churchill was previously marketing director for Money Partners Touch.

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