TML targets growth with Eaves appointment to national accounts

The Mortgage Lender (TML) said it is gearing up for growth with the appointment of David Eaves as head of national accounts.

 

Eaves has been with The Mortgage Lender since launch in 2016 and is responsible for the strategic alignment of products and services with the needs of the company’s largest introducers.

His promotion into the newly created role of head of national accounts is his second since joining the company as a key account manager before launch after 20 years of employment at Newcastle Building Society, Mortgages PLC and Positive Solutions.

 

National accounts strategy

In the new role, Eaves joins the senior management team at The Mortgage Lender in recognition of the importance of national accounts to its ambitious growth plans.

TML chief commercial officer Keith Street said: “We’ve had the strongest start to a new year since trading began. February was a record month for business origination and that is thanks to the support of our partners.

“As we continue to grow our sales and distribution network with real life lending at its heart we’re confident David will add value to and expand those relationships for the benefit of our partners and their customers.”

Eaves said: “I am delighted to have been promoted into the role of head of national accounts. It recognises the importance of our strategic relationships to our success and underpins our commitment to building those relationships and finding creative ways of supporting our partners to increase their business volumes.

“I’m also proud to work for a lender that recognises hard work and promotes from within.”

 

Expanding partnerships

This month, the lender announced key partnerships with e-tech, which simplifies portfolio buy-to-let underwriting for brokers and portfolio landlords, and Mortgage Intelligence, which gives more than 400 network advisers and directly authorised members access to The Mortgage Lender’s residential and buy to let products.

Distribution is available to directly authorised (DA) brokers through mortgage desks, including The Buy to Let Business, TBMC, Touchstone and Mortgages for Business and 17 networks, including Sesame, Mortgage Intelligence and John Charcol.

 

SOURCE: mortgagesolutions

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