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Precise Mortgages appoints three new BDMs

Precise Mortgages has added three new business development managers to its sales team.

Sandra Cook, formerly of Chelsea Building Society, is to manage the lender’s southern region while Claire Rankin, formerly of Advantage Home Loans, is to manage the northern region.

Nicky Parke, who previously worked at PMS, is managing the team of telephone BDMs based at the lender’s head office.

Managing director Alan Cleary says: “We are 100 per cent dedicated to mortgage intermediaries and continue to improve our services and broker support. I am very impressed by the calibre of our new recruits. I believe they will have a positive impact straight away.”

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