Clever Lending, the master broker, has appointed Scott Leach as Sales Manager with business levels continuing to grow across specialist finance sectors.
Scott has an excellent knowledge of the finance market having previously worked for Enterprise Finance as a BDM and has expertise in second charge lending, bridging finance, commercial mortgages and complex buy to let cases.
He will be covering the Midlands region and into South Wales looking to make new broker contact while also offering a high degree of service to existing brokers and introducers.
On his appointment, Scott said: “I am very excited to be working with such an innovative and dedicated team at Clever. My extensive knowledge of the specialist market combined with my ability to think outside the box will be a real help to structure complex cases.
“My role at Clever will be as a contact point out on the road for mortgage brokers and introducers, and I’ll always be available to discuss new enquiries. I have great rapport with brokers and will be educating them on Clever’s place in the market and the ways in which they can use our services to maximise their business opportunities.”
Sam Kirtikar, Managing Director, said: “Clever Lending are delighted to have Scott join us. He will help grow the business across the various finance sectors we operate in and promote our ability to provide quick and suitable solutions. As a focal point for cases in the Midlands and South Wales, Scott will be a valuable link between broker, lender, customer and our team to ensure even the most complex cases are dealt with professionally and promptly, and be on hand to provide high levels of service at every stage of a case.”
"My role at Clever will be as a contact point out on the road for mortgage brokers and introducers, and Ill always be available to discuss new enquiries. "
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