The app has received £1.63m in investment since inception and gained Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) authorisation earlier this year.
Emily Smith will be responsible for developing the society’s profile and reach, providing brokers with additional access to Harpenden’s products and services.
Over the last two years, the group has donated more than £80,000 to charities both at home and abroad, working with a number of organisations that support young people and children.
PIMFA has called on the FCA to shift its attention to the authority’s transformation programme following the resignation of Charles Randell as chair this morning.
The business’ March 2021 lending completion figures alone were over £1bn, a 79% year-on-year increase.
Robert Sinclair, chief executive of AMI said: “Whilst the amount mortgage and protection advice firms will have to pay will now only be slightly higher than last year, the guillotine remains over their necks for a further levy later in the year.”
The figure rises to 76% among 18 to 34-year-olds, according to research from LifeSearch.
Robin Fieth, chief executive of the BSA also noted that of the 11 million people estimated to have no savings, 7.5 million were in work.
Younger generations are less likely to consider investing in property, despite a higher portion investing, according to Nationwide Building Society.
Carl Parker, national director of the self-employed division at Just Mortgages, said: “The huge increase in brokers that have joined our team is testament to the great level of support and training we provide.”