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Smartr365 appoints new head of network and club relationships

Smartr365 has appointed Stephen Nobes (pictured) as head of network and club relationships.

Nobes has over a decade of experience in the mortgage industry. He has previously worked at Lloyds Banking Group, TSB Bank, MortgageGym, and most recently IRESS, where he held the position of key account manager.

Smartr365 chief executive Conor Murphy says: “We want to make it simple and quick for brokers to provide mortgage and financial advice.

“We know where the mortgage industry is heading and are excited that Nobes will help show brokers how Smartr365 can make their business more efficient productive and profitable – turning the application process from a matter of weeks into minutes.”

Nobes adds: “Through my experience as a mortgage broker, I understand the friction points in the process and to me, Smartr365’s solution absolutely stood out from the crowd.

“It is important that technology gives brokers what they need and as Smartr365 is built for brokers by brokers.”

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