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Just Mortgages expands team with two new directors

Just Mortgages has appointed two new financial service directors, who will support new brokers joining the company.

These are internal appointments, with both Steve Williams (above) and Tommy Taylor being promoted from their current position of divisional sales directors.

Williams will be based in the company’s Colchester office and will look after 45 brokers based in East Anglia, Kent, Essex and the metropolitan regions.

Taylor will be responsible for London, three counties, Middlesex and the head office telephony team.

Williams has been with the company for just under two years. Previously he worked in retail banking for Santander. Taylor has been with Just Mortgages for 12 years.

Just Mortgages and Spicerhaart’s group operations director John Phillips says these appointments reflect the fact that Just Mortgages “was a significant and fast-growing player in the broker industry.” With 200 brokers it is now one of the largest brokers in the UK.

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