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Edeus appoints BDMs

Edeus has expanded its sales team with two additional business development managers, one of whom is rejoining the edeus team.

Melissa Hosang had left to work for Commercial First, but has decided to return to edeus after only a few months.

Graeme Bozzard joins edeus from Mortgage IQ, where he started his career in Financial Services three years ago working as a mortgage broker.

Bozzard says: “Having worked as a broker I know what a lender needs to deliver, and it’s great to be representing edeus in Northern Ireland.

“I am very confident in its proposition.”

Hosang says: “Having left edeus I was able to take a look at the business from the outside.

“Its continued success and growth has made me realise I should never have left.

“I’m so glad I was given the opportunity to rejoin and am looking forward to continuing where I left off.”

Alan Cleary, managing director at edeus, adds: “It’s great to have Melissa back, she’s a great BDM and her brokers think she is fantastic.

“We are also delighted about Graeme’s appointment, this allows us to continue our expansion across the UK.”

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