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Charlie Stack and Anum Mahmood will support Distribution and Key Accounts team in enhancing relationships with intermediary and broker community.
The Mortgage Lender (TML) has promoted Charlie Stack and Anum Mahmood to Key Account Managers in its Specialist Distribution and Key Accounts team.
Charlie joined TML in 2017 as a BDM covering the Midlands region. He will now provide a more enhanced service to key accounts, including specialist distributors, large new build firms and the specialist buy-to-let sector.
Anum, who has been in financial services for 10 years, joined TML in 2019 as a BDM covering the Northern Home Counties has been promoted to Key Account Manager for the South of the UK, supporting Specialist Distributors and key accounts across her area
Both Charlie and Anum will report into Chris Kirby, Head of Specialist Distribution and Key Accounts.
TML is focused on working closely with distributor and broker partners, which includes building and managing key relationships, as well as increasing intermediary partners engagement with TML’s growing product range through ongoing education and support.
Chris Kirby, Head of Specialist Distribution, said: “Charlie and Anum are valuable members of the team, and these promotions are testament to the hard work they have put in to enhance our relationships with the broker community. We’re committed to developing the skills and opportunities for all our people at TML and are pleased to support everyone in reaching their full potential and I very much look forward to working with both Charlie and Anum, as they continue their development in their new roles.”