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Loanoptions.co.uk appoints sales director

Loanoptions.co.uk, the Cheshire based secured loan specialist, has announced the appointment of Trevor Tait as sales director.

Tait spent two and half years with Pink Homeloans as a BDM and before that he spent 19 years with Bradford & Bingley.

He says: “I was attracted to Loanoptions.co.uk because its business is built on an ever improving service culture, which was one of the hallmarks of Pink. My role is to motivate and run the sales team as well as drive the sales strategy and brand values.”

Andy Moody, managing director of Loanoptions.co.uk, says: “Trevor has a first class business development background and we are very happy to have him on board.

“At this point in our development it is vital to strengthen our management team with someone with the experience and tenacity to take the business forward.

“Trevor has those qualities in abundance and I have no doubt he will make a huge impact to the future development of the company.”

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