Landbay hires new regional account manager

Landbay has announced that Rob Stanton (pictured) will work as a regional account manager covering the Midlands.

Stanton formerly worked at Paragon for 15 years as a senior underwriter and regional manager. His new responsibilities will include managing existing broker relationships alongside the cultivation of new ones.

This latest hire follows June’s appointment of Ian Hall as regional account manager for the north.

The specialist buy-to-let lender points to an increased demand in the specialist BTL sector as a reason for this expansion.

Landbay managing director of intermediaries Paul Brett comments: “Rob’s expertise and experience will strengthen our regional proposition, and help us continue to deliver excellence to our brokers.

“The business is going from strength to strength, with record lending volumes each month and expectations of profitability in the next quarter. The expansion of our team reflects this success and should accelerate our growth further in the coming months.”

Stanton says: “I am looking forward to joining Landbay at a time where the specialist market is growing at an impressive rate, and I hope my experience of the sector can help the continued growth and success of the company.”

Recommended

Accord announces new hires

Intermediary-only lender Accord Mortgages has buffed up its sales team and confirmed that it has appointed Helen Cawthra (pictured) as its new corporate account manager, starting from today. The appointments come after the lender announced that it was partaking in a hiring spree in July. Cawthra arrives from Leeds Building Society, where she worked in […]

Teachers Building Society hires new business development manager

Teachers Building Society has announced the appointment of Ralph Punter (pictured) as business development manager for London and the South East. The role will focus on the development of intermediary relationships across the region. The appointment follows Michelle Cutler’s move from LV= to Teachers in early July to work as head of proposition and distribution. […]

1

Countrywide’s share price plunges 91 per cent in a year

Countrywide’s share price has suffered further falls over the past week, taking the total decline to 91 per cent year-on-year. The property giant has seen shares plunge from 158.50 a year ago to just 14.26p today. In the last three months alone the group has seen around £200 million wiped off its stock market value, according […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up