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Knight Funding appoints Liz McClay as BDM

Knight Funding has appointed Liz McClay as business development manager.

McClay has responsibility for developing Knight Fundings secured loan business across the UK and first charge mortgage business in other regions.

Based on the South Coast, McCaly joins Knight Funding from JFS Nationwide Homeloans where she worked for four years and gained her CeMap qualification. Prior to that she spent 14 years at First National Home Finance.

Knight Fundings CEO Frances Scanlan says: “We are entering some challenging and interesting times in the mortgage packaging sector, so I am delighted that Liz has joined us.

“She brings a wealth of experience and a strong track record with her, and Im sure she will prove to be an effective member of the sales team.”

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