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Perry to head sales and marketing at HML

Mike Perry, former director of sales at Amber Homeloans, will take over as director of sales and marketing at Homeloan Management from April 14.

He has been appointed to secure new business for the firm.

HML has now separated sales and marketing from business development, an area that will continue to be headed by Ian Moore who will be responsible for product development, research and development and analysis.

Paul Fenn, development director at HML, says: “Perry is a fantastic addition to HML. Having previously been a client of ours at Amber Homeloans, he has an excellent perspective of HML, which will be invaluable to the team.

“One of his first tasks will be to develop and implement the new sales and marketing strategy, and we all extend him a warm welcome to HML.”

Perry adds: “This is a great opportunity for me to join HML at a particularly interesting time in our market. There will undoubtedly be challenges, but with HML’s established position and strong reputation in third party servicing, I am confident I can play a full part in helping HML achieve its ambitious goals for future growth.”


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