Envelop fills new posts in senior management team

The company has appointed a managing director and an operations head

Envelop fills new posts in senior management team

Specialist packager Envelop has announced two promotions within its senior management team to fill the newly created positions of managing director and head of operations.

The company has promoted Donna Wells (pictured) to the position of managing director, after having been a director for the past 11 years. In her new role, she will be responsible for planning, controlling, and overseeing all business operations.

Georgie Martin has also been promoted to the role of head of operations, having previously held the position of executive assistant. Martin will work closely with the sales support team to manage the firm’s processing and administrative performance. This includes actions across the network, compliance, and specialist lending.

The roles will extend across the specialist packaging and network arms of Envelop, which was formerly known as First 4 Bridging, or F4B.

Envelop said the new structure follows a strategic internal review and implementation of improved systems and processes to better align sales and support practices across all areas of the business. The firm also bolstered its senior management team earlier this year with the addition of Matthew Clarke as head of sales.

“As a business, we have to ensure that we continue evolving in terms of how we work and how we better support and identify new areas of growth for our introducers and our network members,” Myles Williams, chief executive at Envelop, commented.

“Donna and Georgie have already demonstrated their huge value to the business. They are fully deserving of their new roles and responsibilities and will prove integral in driving forward both the packaging and network arms of the business.”

Commenting on her appointment, Wells said she was excited to make the step up to become the managing director at Envelop and to deliver some ambitious targets across the business.

“Despite obvious challenges facing a variety of borrowers and lenders, I’m hugely optimistic regarding the future of the intermediary mortgage market. Especially when it comes to the specialist markets and when it comes to adding value for new and existing introducers and ARs across the UK.”

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