Metro Bank has announced that Jeremy Cook (pictured above) will join its mortgage team as head of corporate relationships.
Jeremy will start his role on 2nd April and report directly to Charles Morley, director of mortgage distribution at Metro Bank.
Jeremy has over 30 years of experience in financial services and a solid track record in developing strong relationships with intermediaries across the UK.
He was previously senior manager for new build at Nationwide Building Society, and prior to that he spent over 18 years at Friends Provident, where his roles included mortgage relationship manager.
“Our superior customer service, well-designed products and competitive rates means we’re winning fans among brokers and customers at an increasingly fast rate,” said Charles.
“Jeremy’s customer-focused approach means he’s developed strong and extensive relationships across the industry and I look forward to him bringing this unrelenting focus on the customer to the banking revolution in April.”
Jeremy added: “I am delighted to be joining Metro Bank at a time when the business is keen to build on [its] strong intermediary mortgage business.
“This gives me a great opportunity to utilise my skills and experience to achieve the business’s aims.
“I look forward to meeting my new stakeholders and representing a revolutionary brand by sharing our broad proposition [with] both brokers and customers.”
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