Amber appoints three new development managers

Amber Homeloans has appointed three new development managers.

The new appointments will join Ambers sales team, providing sales coverage for mortgage professionals in the south of England.

Julian Clements will cover the south coast and joins Amber with eleven years of financial services experience, including working for an IFA specialising in pensions, and his most recent position as a senior mortgage consultant at Countrywide Mortgage Services.

Clements says: Im looking forward to developing my role in the sales team and Im excited at the prospect of selling Amber and promoting the benefits of the recently launched online DIP to intermediaries.

Katie Langhorn covers London and Kent, and prior to joining Amber was a senior case manager with AToM where she underwrote for Amber.

Langhorn has worked in the mortgage industry for ten years and is eager to experience a sales role.

Langhorn says: As an underwriter, I found Amber straightforward to deal with and the product range refreshing.

“Im excited to be experiencing the relationship between intermediaries and lenders from Ambers perspective and Im keen to use my knowledge of the process to provide the best service to intermediaries.

Ryan Mills joins Amber covering the East Anglia and Essex region.

Previously he was a development manager with Guaranteed Homeloans, and therefore has a great deal of valuable experience and knowledge of the industry, as well as the needs of mortgage intermediaries.

Mills has twelve years mortgage industry experience. He says: I am very much looking forward to the new challenge of working with Amber and building on the established relationships with intermediaries.

Mike Perry, associate director sales and marketing at Amber, says: This is an exciting time for Clements, Langhorn and Mills to join Amber.

The first half of 2006 has seen some key plans come to fruition at Amber (including the launch of our online DIP).

The combination of experience and enthusiasm the new development managers will bring to the South will allow us to ensure that we keep the needs of mortgage intermediaries central to future developments.