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Pink Home Loans expands sales team

Pink Home Loans is expanding its sales team by appointing a new business development manager to cover the Midlands and North West regions, increasing the team from two to three.

Trevor Tait returns to Pink to cover the North West region after a two-year break during which time he worked for a well known secured loans company.

Trevor has 25 years experience in the financial services sector. For 19 years he worked at Bradford & Bingley where he progressed from branch level up through to regional manager. He then worked as BDM for Pink Home Loans for more than two years during which time he firmly established his region as one of Pink’s strongest areas this was followed by a sales director role.

Trevor says: “In the last two years it has become hugely apparent to me that brokers need to include other income streams into their business mix. Commercial loans and secured loans should feature heavily alongside mortgage business. I am delighted to be back at Pink. I return with lots of fresh ideas and new knowledge and look forward to enhancing the Pink brand in the North West.”

Ian Merriman, national sales manager at Pink Home Loans, says: “This expansion of the sales team is great testimony to the growth that Pink has experienced during the last year. I am delighted that Trevor has decided to return to our sales team. His wealth of experience both in the wider financial market and at Pink, means that he will be able to hit ground running and provide our customers with the service they have come to expect from Pink. I look forward to announcing more new appointments in the near future.”


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