Precise hires BDM for London and South East

Precise Mortgages has appointed a new business development manager for London and the South East.

Nick O’Leary will support brokers in north west London, Harrow, Hemel Hempstead, Luton, Slough, Stevenage and Watford postcodes with their buy-to-let, residential, bridging and second charge enquiries.

O’Leary is a former mortgage broker and worked at Meridian for several years.

Precise head of sales Jamie Pritchard says: “Nick’s arrival will enable us to further strengthen our proposition in the London and South East regions.

“As a former mortgage broker, Nick brings an understanding of the difficulties and challenges brokers face on a daily basis and this experience will help him to support their specialist borrowing needs.”

In October, Precise took on a new BDM for Scotland, Michael Walsh.

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