Cambridge Building Society has expanded its intermediary team by hiring Harry Stafford and James Taylor as business development advisers from other areas of the society.
They will work alongside business development advisers Nicole Marsh and Gemma Finlayson, as well as business development managers Duncan Turner and Christy Rattle.
Kathy Bowes, intermediary manager at The Cambridge, said: “The expansion of our dedicated support further demonstrates commitment to our intermediary partners whilst ensuring that we still remain a personable team.
“Knowing our Intermediaries and being able to provide great service is extremely important to us all.”
A recent £15m investment from The Cambridgeshire County Council Pension Fund will enable The Cambridge to provide support to an additional 1,000 families with buying homes over the next two years.
Andy Lucas, chief operating officer, said: “The capital injection we received in 2017 will allow us to do more lending through intermediaries over the next two years.
“We’ve been investing heavily in technology which supports intermediaries, and their clients, do business with us even more easily.
“In the second half of 2017 we launched a mobile app enabling borrowers to track their mortgage and built a bespoke intermediary website www.cambridgeforintemediaries.co.uk.
“We are now boosting our support further by investing in this team to support our ambitions. Intermediaries play an essential role in supporting our commercial strategy and fulfilling our lending targets.
“Bringing together all of these developments places us in a strong position to help even more families in our lending area realise their home-buying dream.”