Broker Conveyancing welcomes new area director

He will support existing users and drive new advisers to the portal

Broker Conveyancing welcomes new area director

Conveyancing distributor Broker Conveyancing has appointed Steve Johnson (pictured) as its new area director for East Anglia and Essex.

Johnson brings over 20 years of business development experience in the mortgage lending sector, primarily in the East of England. He joins Broker Conveyancing from Aldermore Bank, where he was a relationship manager. He has also held senior business development roles at Bank of Ireland, Bluestone, Skipton Building Society, and Norwich & Peterborough Building Society.

In his new role, Johnson will support existing users of Broker Conveyancing while driving new advisers to the portal. He will report to managing director Keith Young.

Broker Conveyancing collaborates with various conveyancing firms to provide advisers and clients with conveyancing services through its platform. The distributor plans to add more resources to meet the growing demand for its services within the mortgage advice and estate agency sectors.

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“We are very pleased to be announcing Steve’s appointment as area director, especially given his vast experience in a variety of business development roles, his understanding of the advice space, and his wealth of contacts across the region,” said Mark Tosetti, chief executive of Broker Conveyancing.

“Steve will be well known to many advisers across both East Anglia and Essex, and they will not only find a strong advocate for their activities, but a significant provider of support and resource to those already actively involved in providing conveyancing advice, those who would like to do more, and those seeking to add this important income and advice stream to their propositions.

“In a Consumer Duty environment, consumers are coming to expect advice and recommendations across a variety of sectors, not just the mortgage. The opportunities for business and income growth are certainly there within conveyancing.”

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