Precise hires Batchelor as BDM

Precise Mortgages has appointed a new business development manager for brokers in South Yorkshire, East Midlands and South Midlands regions.
Danielle Batchelor will look after intermediaries in the Derby, Doncaster, Huddersfield, Leeds, Lincoln, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Northampton, Sheffield and Wakefield postcodes.
She joins Precise from Aldermore, where she was responsible for brokers in a similar area.

Batchelor says: “I’m delighted to be joining Precise Mortgages at what is a really exciting time for the company.

“It’s a patch I’m already familiar with, so I’m looking forward to getting out and helping brokers access our fantastic and broad range of solutions for the specialist market.”

Precise Mortgages head of sales Jamie Pritchard says: “Danielle’s energy and commitment will fit in superbly with the rest of the team.”


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