Masthaven has appointed Rob Barnard at its new sales director for long-term lending.
The newly created role is part of the specialist bank’s ongoing expansion.
He will oversee its first and second charge residential and BTL mortgages and work alongside Richard Deacon, sales director of short-term lending solutions at Masthaven.
Rob joins from Pepper Money, where he served as sales director.
Jon Hall, managing director at Masthaven, said: “Masthaven continues to invest in hiring the best senior talent as well as developing and training our people.
“Rob is a talented, experienced addition, who will add significant strength in depth to our mortgages team.”
Matt Andrews, managing director of long-term lending at Masthaven, added: “Rob’s remit will include developing the existing relationships we have with our intermediary partners as well as strengthening our proposition and infrastructure to deliver on the Masthaven brand promise to our mortgage clients.
“He will also support the development and delivery of our product pipeline to provide more solutions to help our intermediaries to meet the needs of their customers.”
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