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Money Partners Touch recruits BDM

Money Partners Touch, the direct-to-broker channel of Money Partners, has appointed Sheryl Andrew as business development manager for the North of England.

Covering the areas of Yorkshire, the North East and the North West, Andrew will be responsible for developing the Money Partners Touch offer and building relationships by marketing direct to brokers and IFAs.

Andrew has held senior sales roles at companies including the Chelsea, the West Bromwich and, most recently, the London Mortgage Company, where she has held the position of business development manager since 2004.

She says: “Money Partners Touch has brought a fresh and innovative proposition to the market and I am tremendously excited to be playing a part in the development of this arm of the business.

In today’s competitive arena, I believe that we have the offer, the flexibility, the e-commerce systems and the ‘can do’ attitude to give brokers the kind of all round support package they’re looking for and need.”

Martin Gilsenan, sales director at Money Partners Touch, adds: “There’s no doubt about it, Sheryl is a fantastic addition to our team and we’re delighted to have her on board.

Sheryl’s knowledge and enthusiasm will guarantee that her contacts will not only have access to great products and choice but also to fantastic sales support. She will be a great ambassador for the new brand.”

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