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Key Partnerships makes two new hires; eyes more for Q1

Key Partnerships has added two more regional managers to its roster and says that it plans to double its current number of employees by the end of this quarter.

The firm says that it had nine people as of last month and has desires to add seven more, bringing the total number to 16.

The two new regional managers have been announced as Martin Sloan, who will cover the North of England and Chris Feeney, whose beat covers the South.

The company has also recently welcomed Rachel Flanagan, who works as a BDM with a focus on the South West.

Key Partnerships head Jason Ruse comments: “With increasing numbers of clients asking their intermediaries how they can use their housing wealth in later life, we are seeing strong growth in the referrals market.

“This is excellent news for the sector as it means that not only can we support more customers, but our partners can provide their clients with the type of holistic approach that they need.

“With the addition of Sloan, Feeney and Flanagan and further appointments we will be able to help our partners to continue to grow and drive equity release referrals”

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