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Heritable appoints BDM for East Anglia

Heritable has appointed Robert Salter as business development manager for East Anglia.

Salters remit will be to promote Heritables bespoke property finance offerings and to develop introducer relationships across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

He is familiar with this region, having previously covered East Anglia in the same role for Mortgage Times.

Heritable is actively recruiting to boost its existing team of regional business development managers, and is looking to build its profile in London, the South-West and the North of England over the coming months.

The business will also be adding to its underwriting team, as a result of increasing demand for its underwriting service.

Colin Stevens, residential lending director of Heritable, says: By welcoming experienced professionals like Robert, who has exceptional regional contacts and knowledge of our markets, were aiming to build on robust, trusted foundations.

We have built up a base of strong, long-standing introducer relationships and are keen to replicate this success in core regions across the country.

“Many brokers have grown vexed by the box-ticking mentality of larger lenders leading to a growing appetite for our combination of underwriting expertise, client focus and genuine flexibility.

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