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Enterprise Group appoints sales director

Enterprise Group has appointed Harry Landy to the role of group sales director.

This appointment follows the recent departure of Daniel Lee, who left in July to move onto new projects.

Enterprise has built close relationships with many of the major mortgage networks in the UK including Openwork, Thinc Destini, Home of Choice, Mint and Positive Solutions.

It has developed its reputation by ensuring regulatory protection is achieved for networks and IFAs in the sub-prime market, and it is also a board member of RAMP.

Michael Clapper, CEO at Enterprise, says: We have been extremely fortunate that within our team, over the years, some outstanding individuals have emerged.

Landy was a true diamond in the rough, and has excelled as our Head of Sales over the past two years.

I am absolutely delighted that the time has come to promote Harry to the role he truly deserves and has rightfully earned.

He now has the chance to make a real difference in our market and I know he will do exactly that.

Landy joined Enterprise five years ago as an account manager, and is now responsible for all sales across the group, which includes; Enterprise Broker Services, Enterprise Homeloans, Choice Homeloans, Thinc Enterprise, Mint Homeloans, Enterprise Finance, Loans of Choice and Enterprise Wills.

Landy says: Im extremely proud to accept this role. Enterprise is a fantastic company, with a brilliant reputation for safety, and an incredible management team a team Im delighted to join.

I truly believe that our model is the only one that makes sense for networks and IFAs in the regulated world, and Ill do whatever it takes to ensure that Enterprise becomes and remains the dominant player in the UK sub-prime market.

We have some very exciting announcements coming soon and Im looking forward to a very successful future for our group.


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