Kent Reliance has announced the appointment of Matthew Butt (pictured above) as a senior business development manager for the company's southern team.
Matthew has 10 years of financial services experience, including seven years at Nationwide Building Society.
He was also previously a business development manager at Virgin Money for the east London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent regions.
Matthew will be responsible for managing relationships with brokers in London and parts of Essex.
“I'm thrilled to be joining the team at Kent Reliance and am particularly looking forward to sharing my local knowledge with the south team and help to boost growth within the region,” he said.
Kent Reliance is part of the specialist finance and retail savings group OneSavings Bank.
Simon Cockerill, head of sales at OneSavings Bank, added: “We are delighted to welcome Matthew to the team.
“Matthew is the most recent of a series of senior hires we have made over the last few months following a very successful 2017.
“Matthew's expertise and understanding of the sector and region are fundamental and a key part of our continued development strategy in 2018.”
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