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Mortgage Trust appoints Monica Cole to sales team

Mortgage Trust, has appointment of Monica Cole as business development manager with immediate effect.

Reporting to Austin Jelfs, head of sales and marketing, Monicas role will focus on enhancing and building intermediary relationships in Central London.

Joining from Connect Mortgage Group, where she worked as a corporate business development manager, Cole brings with her extensive experience in the mortgage industry encompassing both sales and underwriting.

Monica has worked in the sector for over 20 years and has held positions at a variety of lenders including the Mortgage Corporation, Hypo Mortgage Services and Mortgages PLC.

Jelfs says: “We are delighted to welcome Monica to our business development team. Not only does she have invaluable experience in mortgage sales, but her underwriting expertise will enable her to add value to our intermediary contacts and allow us to deliver a truly specialist buy-to-let service to intermediaries in Central London”.

Cole says: “I am extremely pleased to have joined Mortgage Trust at such an exciting time. Todays housing market is providing strong opportunities for buy-to-let investors to grow their portfolios and Mortgage Trusts competitive range of tailored products is ideally positioned to service their needs. As an intermediary focused lender Mortgage Trust is known for its outstanding service and I am looking forward to developing further its reputation as a trusted brand among intermediaries wishing to help their clients invest in buy to let property.”

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