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Legal & General Mortgage Club hires new key relationship manager

Legal & General Mortgage Club has announced that Clare Beardmore will join its team as key relationship manager on 17 December.

Beardmore (pictured) previously worked as head of mortgage sales at Leek United Building Society, which she called home for over 15 years.

She will be drawing on that experience in her new job, where she will be responsible for developing and managing relationships with a selection of the club’s existing intermediary firms and new business contacts.

Of the move, Beardmore says: “I’m really looking forward to getting stuck into my new role… and can’t wait to join the team as it goes from strength to strength. I’m excited to help further develop the club’s proposition whilst providing additional value to broker partners”

Legal & General Mortgage Club head of broker relationships and propositions Craig Hall adds: “Clare has extensive experience within the mortgage industry and will play a key role in further developing our relationships across all channels.”


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