The Right Mortgage (TRM) has made a number of hires, bolstering its support offering during a period of ongoing growth in adviser numbers.
The members of staff join the network across its compliance, supervision and development and packaging departments.
Janet Nicholls, Maria Warrington, Richard Knowles and Michael Harrison have been appointed to TRM’s audit and supervision team, which currently includes Angela Martin, Leena Mistry, Robin Pearson and Tracy Auchterlonie.
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The network has also made a number of internal promotions; Nick Crombie has taken the role of head of quality, policy and risk, Angela Martin as head of audit and supervision and Aidan McCarthy as training manager.
Following recent growth in the network’s specialist later life lending division (The Later Life Lending Network), Graham Webb and Adrian Foulks have joined the network’s equity release supervision and development function, having both previously worked at Responsible Equity Release.
Finally, Alia Mahmood and Kayleigh Brookes have joined the network’s growing compliance support and packaging teams.
The network will be further expanding with the addition of a PMI supervision and development manager, who is set to join in November.
The Right Mortgage Ltd, which comprises of The Right Mortgage & Protection Network and The Right DA Club, reported its best year to-date for the 19/20 tax year.
Martin Wilson, CEO at The Right Mortgage, said: “With the year of 2020 being one in which we’re all learning to navigate, we find the growth within our sector, and the positive outlook of our members, a fantastic ode to the nature of our industry as a whole.
“Our support teams are stronger than ever, and we continue to grow in every area of our business, which is a testament to not only our incredible staff, who continue to offer the highest quality of support to our advisers and firms, but also our members who continue to adapt, grow and thrive in this ever-changing world.
“I’m very proud of the progress we have made this year, and the adaptability of our network and membership as whole and would like to take this opportunity to thank our members for their continued support.”