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More 2 life eyes expansion with new director of sales

More 2 life has announced the appointment of Paul Glynn as director of sales.

Glynn (pictured) joins the equity release lender from My Acquisition Expert, where he worked as sales and marketing director. Before this, he worked at Just Retirement and Partnership. In total he brings over 20 years’ experience in financial services to the table.

In his new role, Glynn will oversee the expansion of More 2 life’s distribution within the intermediary market.

Equity release is a growing market – figures show that lending reached £971m in the second quarter of this year.

Glynn says: “Now is an exciting time for the equity release market, so it is fantastic to be joining an innovative lender like more 2 life as both the sector and company is expanding. I am very much looking forward to working with the team and our intermediary partners.”

More 2 life chief executive Dave Harris adds: “As we look to grow the business and expand our position in the equity release market, Paul’s knowledge and expertise will undoubtedly prove to be beneficial.”

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