Enness expands broking operation
Claudia Marley, Victoria Knight and Peter Clinton all join Enness as high net worth Mortgage Consultants.
Marley has worked in the mortgage industry for almost a decade and joins Enness from Chantler Kent Investments, an IFA advisory in Orpington, Kent, where she operated as a high net worth loan specialist providing financial advice to professionals such as lawyers, surgeons and accountants.
Prior to this, Marley spent five years as a mortgage consultant at Baker Gladstone & York in Croydon and began her career in financial services at MoneyPlus in Beckenham.
Knight has been in the property industry for over six years. She started out at Face 2 Face and set up and ran her letting agency alongside mortgage broking. She has experience with large buy-to-let portfolio landlords as well as extensive knowledge of the letting industry.
Peter Clinton has five years industry experience. He joins from John Charcol where he built up his expertise with high net worth clients. Prior to this he worked for a boutique mortgage brokerage in the city.
Hugh Wade-Jones, director of Enness Private Clients, said: “The recent additions to the team is further proof of our commitment to be the pre-eminent mortgage brokerage in the high net worth sector in London and the South East.
“They have a wealth of experience not just within the mortgage market but specifically dealing with high net-worth clients and the particular complexities involved in handling such cases so will be able to hit the ground running.
“On the flip side they were aware of our strong reputation in the large loan space and were keen to further their skillset and develop their career at a brokerage that is going places so their appointment really is a win-win for all involved.
“At a time when many organisations in the financial services industry are shedding staff we are particularly proud that we are handling such levels of business that we have been able to continually strengthen our team over the past few months.
“With continued uncertainty in the Eurozone causing a wave of overseas property investors to flood into the London market there is no sign of business levels – or our rapid rate of expansion – slowing up.”