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Vida Homeloans expands sales team

Vida Homeloans is expanding its UK account management team as part of the company’s restructuring.

As part of this process the specialist lender has promoted three senior sales people, and will also be recruiting for three newly-created roles.

Sally Wright, previously key account manager for the London & South region will promoted to corporate sales manager. In this new role she will work with Karen Rodrigues to manage Vida’s key network, club and packager relationships on a national basis.

Jan Gallagher, key account manager for the North West is promoted to regional sales manager, north, while Stewart Green – key account manager for the London & East – region is promoted to regional sales manager, south.

Both will retain responsibility for established accounts within their new roles.

The company is now looking to recruit account managers to fill roles based in the South East, South West and London.

Vida Homeloans director of sales Louisa Sedgwick says: “It’s great to be able to promote people from within the business.” She said the companies was looking to build on an “excellent 2017” with ambitious sales targets for the year ahead.


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