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Money Partners Touch appoints new BDM for South

Money Partners Touch, the direct-to-broker channel of Money Partners, has appointed Chris Pearson as business development manager for the South.

Covering the area along the south coast and the South-West, Pearson will report directly to Martin Gilsenan, sales director at Money Partners Touch, and will be responsible for building relationships by marketing direct to brokers and IFAs as well as working closely with the sales team to develop the business offer.

Pearson joins Money Partners Touch following six months in the role of regional manager for Conti Financial Services in Cyprus.

Prior to that he held senior sales roles at companies including Kensington Mortgage Company and Chelsea Building Society.

Pearson says: Having spent the last six months working overseas, returning to the UK has really highlighted to me how much and how fast the market is moving here and its great to be involved in that again.

Money Partners Touch has a very flexible offering and Im looking forward to meeting new contacts and picking up with old ones, in order to raise awareness of the all round support packages available

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