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Commercial First appoints training managers

Commercial First has appointed two national training managers in newly created roles.

Jenny Kovacs has been appointed as training manager in the South, joining Commercial First from Preferred Mortgages where she was an underwriter.

Jenny Harte has been appointed as training manager in the North, joining Commercial First from Moneysupermarket where she previously worked as an underwriter.

The national training managers will report to Mark Johnson, head of sales, and their responsibilities include writing and running training courses for key partners, the Commercial First sales team, as well as identifying new ways to further streamline the application/completion process for intermediaries.

Stephen Johnson, Commercial Firsts sales and marketing director, says: We are delighted to welcome both Jennies into these new roles and we are confident that their experience and expertise will bring major benefits to the service provided by Commercial First.

“These new roles are hugely important and another example of the investment we are making to ensure we can continue to deliver the highest level of service and the fastest completions in the industry.

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