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Whitehouse appointed head of The Mortgage Alliance

Phil Whitehouse has been appointed as the new head of Abbey owned mortgage club The Mortgage Alliance.

Whitehouse, who joins from Pink Home Loans, will be responsible for developing the TMA proposition in the intermediary market place.

He says: “TMA is renowned for quality and a good range of services which can be trusted by the UK broker. I want to build upon that and add to our successes as opposed to making wholesale changes. We want to make sure that everything we do is efficient and effective and good communication and technology is essential in achieving this.

“My goal is to get to a point where TMA becomes a natural choice for the intermediary market and where we become their first port of call when sourcing mortgages or support products such as buildings and contents insurance. I want to make sure the business has a wide appeal across the market.

Abbey for Intermediaries managing director Ricky Okey adds: “We are delighted that Phil has accepted the position. His experience and personality are perfect for the role and we look forward to seeing him lead TMA to great success”


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