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Brown joins Mortgage Brain corporate account team

Mortgage Brain has appointed Chris Brown to the role of national account manager.

Brown, who has worked as part of Mortgage Brain’s lender account team since 2011, joins its corporate account team, which is led by sales director Bob Jose. He will be responsible for building new relationships with mortgage networks, broker firms and mortgage clubs.

Jose says: “The continued growth and development of our sourcing, point-of-sale and electronic trading solutions places us in a very strong position within the market and it’s important that we have the right team to support our business.

“Chris has a wealth of knowledge and experience and is extremely well placed to help us to continue to take the business forward.”

Brown says: “These are exciting times within the company and I am pleased to have the opportunity to play my role in the continued development of its businesses.”



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