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Unity Homeloans appoints head of sales

Unity Homeloans, the lender created by intermediaries to serve the needs of
intermediaries and backed by Investec, has appointed Rob Field as head of sales.

Field will be responsible for developing the business through maintaining and strengthening relationships with Unitys distributors.

He joins Unity from All Types of Mortgages where he was sales manager and has more than 15 years experience in the mortgage industry, on both the underwriting and sales side.

He began his career at Chelsea before moving on to Mortgage Trust, First Active and Britannic Money where he was a senior underwriter.

Ian Nelson, chief executive of Unity Homeloans, says; Robs experience means he is ideally placed to understand the challenges faced by packagers. At Unity we are committed to delivering a first class service alongside a strong product offering and Rob will be a great asset in driving the business forward.

Field adds; I am really looking forward to working with Unity to best serve the needs of packagers. The market is challenging and exciting and I believe there is a tremendous opportunity for growth through Unity Homeloans and PMPA.

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