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Business Development Executive (VAC-13500)



£22,000 - 25,000/Annum + bonus & benefits

Job Location
- United Kingdom -- England -- South East England -- Hampshire -- Basingstoke

Job Type

11 August 2017


Do you thrive in a target driven environment, love talking to people and have a strong desire to succeed?

Do you have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to establish effective working relationships?

Do you have previous mortgage industry experience, or similar, or an interest in learning more about this field? 

This financial institution was founded in 2011, and is owned by a leading US investment firm. In recent years it has gone from strength to strength, with offices moving from London to Basingstoke several years ago. It has a unique business model, and distributes its mortgages exclusively via a controlled panel of professional intermediary partners. 

As the first point of contact to broker partners on any new enquiries, you will support them with understanding lending criteria, process and literature. 

Handling inbound and outbound calls to Mortgage Intermediaries, you will act as a liaison between them and the Business Development Managers. You will be responsible for maintaining and growing your own allocated database, working to business targets.

The successful candidate will be a team player with high energy and a strong work ethic.

This role is based centrally in Basingstoke, and is within walking distance of the station.

Benefits include an attractive salary plus bonus, pension scheme, private healthcare, external training scheme and childcare vouchers.

Contact information

Tracy Fisher

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