Aldermore has revealed that James Young (pictured above) will become a key account manager for its retail mortgage business at the end of November.
He will join from Hodge Bank, where he served as national account manager and undertook a leading role in planning sales, events and adviser education for the business development department.
In his new role, he will work alongside Steve Hewitt, key account manager, and grow Aldermore’s relationship with its distribution partners.
Jon Cooper, head of mortgages omnichannel at Aldermore, said: “[James] brings to the role a wealth of financial services knowledge, a fantastic reputation among intermediaries, and is a well-known voice in the mortgage industry.
“He will take a key role in enabling us to develop and grow our capability further and continue to deliver brilliance to our customers and intermediary partners.”
James added: “Aldermore has a refreshing culture, ambitious future plans and an excellent reputation in the industry for the high service levels it provides.
“It’ll certainly be an exciting new chapter.”
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