Gatehouse Bank has promoted Sim Gill (pictured above) to the post of intermediary national key account manager.
The newly created role will see Sim lead the coordination of operations with several key broker partners.
He joined Gatehouse in October 2017 and served as a business development manager in the residential property finance department.
Faisal Dar, head of specialist home finance at Gatehouse, said: “Providing a high-level service to a growing number of intermediaries is a key element of our growth strategy, and I am delighted that Sim will be driving this forward.
“Sim’s appointment demonstrates Gatehouse’s ambitious plans for further growth and also highlights the opportunities for employees to progress within the bank as it continues to grow.”
Sim added: “As awareness of our products increases, the appetite among brokers to introduce business to the bank is growing.
“This is all happening in step with a growing range of products and an increasing public and business profile, so I’m delighted to be given a chance to lead how we work with our growing number of intermediary partners.”
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