New group partnership director at Loan.co.uk

Loan.co.uk has appointed Sasha Evans (pictured) as group partnership director.

The former group head of partnerships (money) at Moneysupermarket Group, and former head of partnerships at Comparethemarket.com, will be responsible for creating and developing strategic partnerships for the sale and distribution of new and existing products.

Paul McGerrigan, CEO at Loan.co.uk, said: “Sasha is a highly experienced commercial leader who has a tremendous track record in development and successful management of strategic partnerships, which are going to be a key area of growth this year for the business.

“She has over a decade of experience in online acquisition for financial services and insurance products which is going to be hugely beneficial in achieving our ambitious goal of doubling in size during the next six months, and we are delighted to welcome her on board.”

Evans added: “This is a very exciting time to be joining Loan.co.uk – the brokerage has invested significant time and capital into developing a market-leading technology platform which is completely built around the customer experience. They are recruiting a top team who are already ramping up activity to take the business to the next level.

“There is an enormous opportunity and vision here to improve the provision of financial services and I am focussed on creating partnerships which will accelerate growth for both our business and that of our partners – all the time with a sharp focus on best outcomes for customers.”

The company recently launched its ‘Fair Fees’ campaign (in the second charge product area) in a bid to reduce borrowing costs across the broker industry for customers and increase competition, so the public can get better deals without strings attached.

Evans added: “The company’s ‘Fair Fees’ campaign said it all for me, not only are they charging much lower fees in that product area as a business, they are also taking responsibility to lead the rest the market to do the same. That show’s leadership and corporate responsibility.”

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