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Platform loses two staff to Advantage

Platform, the intermediary lender of Britannia, has lost two employees to Advantage.

Sara Green, key account manager and James Higgs, regional manager, have both resigned from the business to take up new posts with Morgan Stanleys mortgage lender.

Green joined Platform in 2001 as business development manager for the south of England before being promoted to her current position in January of this year.

Higgs joined the company as business development manager in 2004 before being promoted to his current position in 2005.

Richard Beardshaw, head of sales at Platform, says: I would like to thank Sara and James for their personal contributions to the success of the business during their time with Platform.

Their skills as sales professionals have been honed during their time with the company and their rapid rise up the ladder will stand them in good stead for the future.

On a personal note, I am sad to see them leave but wish them every success in their future chosen careers.

Platform is well recognised as a leading force in the specialist lending sector and we are subsequently in an excellent position to recruit the best candidates from the industry.

I am therefore extremely confident that we will fill these positions quickly.

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