Jamie Pritchard has left Precise Mortgages after nearly seven years at the lender. 

Pritchard has spent over 19 years’ in the financial services industry; he previously worked at Principality Building Society where he was business development manager and interim head of intermediary sales.

He has also spent time as a mortgage consultant at Countrywide Consulting Ltd, and as a director of Jamie Pritchard Consulting Ltd.

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Announcing the news via LinkedIn page, Pritchard told his contacts he is “open to a new and exciting opportunity”.

He added: “As one journey ends, another begins” – Don’t worry this isn’t one of those motivational posters some have on their walls, but an announcement that after 6 1/2 incredible years with Precise Mortgages it is time to move on to a fresh opportunity.

“What a journey we have been on in this time, growing as a business to become a bank, entering new areas of specialist products, building a regional sales team from scratch, and winning countless awards along the way.

“I would just like to thank Alan Cleary and Roger Morris for taking a chance on me and allowing me to grow in this role.

“The whole team across all departments at Precise Mortgages have been amazing. My team became like a family and I would like to thank each and every one of them for how exceptional they have become.

“I would also like to thank all the countless brokers, the specialist distributors, clubs, networks and trade bodies who have supported me over the years in the role, way too many fond memories to mention here and I look forward to seeing you again when the world can move on.”

Spencer Gale, national account manager  at ULS Technology, commented: “Wow my friend Jamie Pritchard I didn’t expect to see this today.

“What a lovely post, you are a true star in this industry and it’s been amazing watching your journey these past six years at Precise.

“Enjoy the time with your family, you deserve it and I look forward to seeing how your next adventure evolves.”

Precise Mortgages have been approached for comment.