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Money Partners Touch appoints BDM

Money Partners Touch, the direct-to-broker channel of Money Partners, has promoted James Hope to the role of business development manager for London and the Home Counties.

Covering the capital and the areas of Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey and Buckinghamshire, Hope will be responsible for actively building relationships with brokers and IFAs.

He will report directly to sales director Martin Gilsenan.

Prior to his promotion Hope held the position of sales executive at brokerage Residential1 for 19 months, focusing on first and second charge mortgages.

Hope joined Residential1 from Countrywide, where he was a broker for two and a half years.

He had previously been in the role of frontline customer service officer for Lloyds Bank.

Hope says: My time as a broker has given me a great insight into this industry and whats required to support it effectively.

My insider knowledge will not only enable me to build strong relationships with brokers but will also allow me to personalise the role.

This means I can offer prompt and supportive responses and make the market aware of the strengths and benefits of the Money Partners Touch offers.

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