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Pepper Homeloans appoints Rhona Potter as head of marketing


Pepper Homeloans has appointed Rhona Potter as head of marketing.

She will report into Pepper managing director Colin Snowdon and will be responsible for marketing strategy and building Pepper’s brand with brokers.

Potter was formerly Pepper UK marketing and commercial co-ordinator.

She replaces Jeff Knight, who left the lender last year and is now Foundation Home Loans director of marketing.

Snowdon says: “Rhona’s track-record speaks for itself and her experience working for Pepper over the past three years means she will be able to hit the deck running in her new role.”

Potter says: “We have ambitious plans for 2017 and beyond and I’m looking forward to working closely with our intermediary partners and brokers during the months ahead.”



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