His appointment follows Direct Life’s management buy-out in October 2016 by managing director Rob Quayle and sales and marketing director Neil McCarthy.
The course was kicked off by John Slaughter, director of external affairs at the Home Builders Federation.
The lender has also launched a 75% buy-to-let 5-year fix at 2.93% with a £1,495 fee.
While conveyancing business fell in the two months after the vote to leave on June 23 instructions had increased by 5% compared to before the vote by November.
Michael will assist business development director Mike Jones in securing new business within the London/M25 area.
The lender also confirmed that it will launch its product transfer proposition at the end of the year and pay retention proc fees to brokers.
The lender is also offering loans at 0.54% per month to 50% LTV in what Jonathan Caplan, director of master broker First 4 Bridging, described as a ‘rate war’ among bridging lenders.
The society will allow for one payday loan in the last 12 months and missed payments in the last three years providing none of them were consecutive or in the last three months.
The society also offers 90% LTV 5-year fixes at 3.15% with no fee and 2.95% with a £995 completion fee.
The system’s buy-to-let sourcing is also being updated in line with Prudential Regulation Authority regulations, while iPipeline’s LifeGenie product is being integrated to produce indicative life quotes.