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Richard Keen joins the Loans Engine

The Loans Engine has appointed Richard Keen as head of intermediary development.

Keen has over 20 years experience in financial services and was previously head of key accounts at BM Solutions and director of key accounts at specialist lender Edeus.

Keen says: “I am delighted to have joined The Loans Engine at this exciting time for the secured loans market. The Loans Engine proposition is designed to help intermediaries easily take advantage of the growth in secured loans. It is a simple, effective and intuitive platform available 24/7 as well as offering market leading commission terms and service.”

The Loans Engine director of sales Steve Case says: “We are delighted to have Richard on board. He brings a wealth of experience and a real understanding of what intermediaries are looking for in terms of products and service. Richard’s appointment is another step in our commitment to provide intermediaries with the best available proposition to increase their income.”

 

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  • Loans Engine Insider 3rd June 2013 at 6:04 pm

    We should all congratulate Richard as he’s lasted longer than the 8 hours the new BDM lasted!!!