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Precise Mortgages appoints key account manager from Secure Trust

Precise Mortgages has appointed Jonathan Mann as key account manager.

Mann joins from Secure Trust Bank where he was business development manager.

His responsibilities in his new role will be to act as a link between the lender and its networks, clubs and packagers.

Mann, who has worked in the financial industry for over a decade, previously held positions at Genesis Financial Services and Cambridge Building Society, prior to his role at Secure Trust.

Precise Mortgages head of key accounts Liza Campion comments: “We are very excited to welcome someone of Jonathan’s calibre to Precise Mortgages. He will act as a vital link between us and all the networks, clubs and packagers that we’ve been working with for a number of years.”

Mann adds: “I’m looking forward to developing Precise Mortgages’ broker proposition and helping to enhance brokers’ knowledge of the specialist lending market.”

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