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Infinity expands sales team

Infinity has appointed two business development managers to its sales team.

Abi Williams joins from igroup, and Ed Coss from London Scottish Group.

Williams area will be South London, Surrey, Kent and Sussex, and Cosss area will be North London, Essex and East Anglia.

Williams has worked in the mortgage industry since 1997 and prior to igroup was a business development manager with the Royal Bank of Scotland. Coss brings with him experience from both the first and second mortgage sectors.

Both Williams and Coss will be on stand D29 at the Mortgage Expo to meet intermediaries.

Chris Macmahon, sales director at Infinity, says:” Abi and Ed bring a wealth of sub-prime sales experience. Strengthening the sales team is evidence of our commitment to the intermediary market as an independent lender”.

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