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MLM Financial snaps up Coventry’s ex-head of broker sales

MLM Financial has hired Coventry Building Societies’ former head of intermediary sales to lead the expansion of mortgage services at MLM.

In her former role at Coventry Jones was in charge of broker sales at both Coventry and Godiva Mortgages and was responsible for leading the mutual’s UK-wide field based sales team.

MLM currently operates in Staffordshire, Shropshire and the West Midlands.

Bill Brookes, chairman of MLM, says: “We are delighted that Julie has agreed to join us, to lead the expansion of mortgage services at MLM.

“Her wide experience and industry knowledge will be a major factor in developing and expanding MLM in the intermediary and broker markets.”

Jones says: “I am delighted to be joining MLM at a very interesting and exciting time in the mortgage market and I am very much looking forward to growing and developing their client-focused mortgage operation.”


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