GE Money appoints national sales manager

Amanda Jarvis

February 8, 2006

In his role, McGerrigan’s priorities will be to continue to grow the company’s business volumes and develop product offerings for small to medium sized brokers and packagers. He will also work with his team of business development managers to identify future market opportunities and to develop the long-term business strategy for the first mortgage portfolio at GE Money Home Lending. He will report directly in to Duncan Berry, sales director at first mortgages.

McGerrigan joined First National in 1998 where he worked in a number of sales, operations and business development roles. Following GE’s acquisition of First National in 2003, McGerrigan took on the role of national account manager for second mortgages. In this role he was responsible for a number of key customers including Loans.co.uk and Central Capital.

Commenting on his appointment, McGerrigan said: “I’m delighted to take on this role and am looking forward to working across the igroup and First National brands. The creation of this role and growth of the team will help us to maximise some great opportunities in 2006.

“We are committed to our small and medium sized brokers and packagers and we will continue to listen to their feedback to develop best in class products and service that meet their needs and exceed their expectations.”

Duncan Berry, director of mortgage lending at GE Money Home Lending, said: “Paul is a great addition to the team and we’re delighted to have him on board. He has a wealth of experience and will be an asset to our growing 1st Mortgage sales force.”

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