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Money Partners appoints national sales manager

Specialist lender Money Partners has appointed Jim Nash as national sales manager.

This strengthens further the company’s sales team and adds a new dimension to the service standards being delivered to Money Partners’ introducers.

In his new role, Nash reports directly to Adam Henry, sales & marketing director and is responsible for managing Money Partners’ experienced team of key account managers and account development managers.

He will ensure regular and constructive dialogue is maintained with all intermediary partners and will actively explore fresh business development opportunities while building on Money Partners’ ongoing service promise.

Nash previously held the position of corporate account manager at Money Partners.

He says: “In addition to the regular contact I will have with our introducers, a key part of my job will be to analyse management information arising from our relationships to identify new opportunities and how we can make existing processes better.

“My team and I are firmly committed to this proactive approach, and we are looking forward to delivering some great results for both ourselves and our brokers off the back of this.”

Henry adds: “People of Jim’s calibre are all too rare in our industry.

“His knowledge, experience and inter-personal skills equip him superbly for this new and demanding role.

“We are lucky to have him as part of our team and I know he and his sales managers will continue to play a huge part in our ongoing success.”


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