The Money Group has launched three brands, Mansfield Money, Sheffield Money and Divorce Money.
Kat Tymon will be the director of Mansfield Money, Sheffield Money will be led by Steph Whiting and Divorce Money will be developed by existing adviser Cathy Beaumont as its senior partner.
Martin Stewart (pictured), co-founder of The Money Group, said: “We could not be happier nor more confident in partnering with Kat, Steph, and Cathy to help us continue to grow the business up and down the country, while maintaining our stance of trusting the broker and putting them at the forefront of the industry.
“There isn’t much that can beat a strong willed, determined, and independent woman and we feel very lucky to have three more of them developing their own brands within the group. “
Tymon is an experienced mortgage broker and former building society branch manager.
She added: “I took plenty of time to ensure this move was the right one for me and I could not be happier with my decision.
“I have always wanted to run my own business, but it can be daunting to make the leap and much easier to stay within your comfort zone. Everyone at TMG has made the move painless and I can’t wait to get starting on developing my brand. “
Whiting, who only joined the group early this year, was previously a mortgage adviser at South Yorkshire Money.
She said: “This has all moved very fast given my relative inexperience within the industry. I am lucky to be surrounded by a very supportive and forward-thinking group of people, and if they are prepared to trust me, I should be prepared to trust myself as well.”
Divorce Money is a marketing initiative to help generate professional connections in the matrimonial dispute sector. It will sit as a trading style of London Money.
Cathy Beaumont has worked as a mortgage and protection consultant at London Money since December 2016.
She added: “We have seen a huge increase from IFAs and solicitors for the need for comprehensive, compliant yet easily understandable Mortgage Capacity Reports for their clients.
“We have been told that it is difficult to find a trusted outlet for these reports and if The Money Group see a gap, it’ll be sure to try and fill it.
“We are planning a series of networking events and seminars with lawyers and IFAs throughout the rest of the year.”
The Money Group has 15 offices across the country with five more opening in Q1 2020.