Optoma Broker Solutions has reshuffled its managerial team in a move that sees chairman and chief executive Andrew Seymour assume control of the business along with operations director Harpal Singh.The revelation comes after managing director Matthew Bright was let go. Bright says he is in the process of developing other projects which are at an embryonic stage. Optoma has also appointed three business development managers and opened an office in Newark in Nottinghamshire. Optoma recently sold its Interpartners Network to MBSL in order to concentrate on its packaging business. Seymour says: “We are grateful to Matthew for the contribution he made to the business in its formative years. His energy and commitment were major factors in our growth.”
Dear Delia My client has recently divorced and needs to raise 40% of the equity of the marital home valued at 190,000 to buy out her husband. Her main job provides an income of 11.800 and she has a supplementary income of 2.600. She gets 3,600 a year in maintenance and tax credits of £7200 […]
Managing director Bill Dudgeon and director of sales and marketing Mark Bergin have quit The Mortgage Business along with fellow directors David Parry and Paul Graham.All four are leaving to go to Deutsche Bank, for yet to be named positions although it is widely tipped they will be launching a new specialist lender into the […]
Mortgage Strategy’s weekly guide to what’s hot and what’s not on the web. Kevin Paterson takes a look at lender websites, working his way from A to Z
Michael Bolton, managing director of HBOS specialist lending, has branded rumours that he is leaving HBOS as “pure market speculation.”Speculation in the industry is rife that Bolton could soon be joining the Essex-based lender Swift Advances, as chief executive.However, Bolton who was promoted this August from managing director of BM Solutions and Halifax Intermediaries, to […]
Back in May, Steve Herbert, head of benefits strategy at Jelf Employee Benefits, was involved in a Corporate Adviser magazine roundtable on the subject of pensions.
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