Hampshire Trust Bank appoints business development manager for Central London

Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) has appointed Becki Fraser-Tucker (pictured) as business development manager (BDM) for Central London within its Specialist Mortgages Lending division.

Fraser-Tucker joins HTB from Vida Homeloans where she was a key account manager for Central London.

Prior to that, she spent three years at Bank of Ireland, as a BDM and then regional sales manager.

Before that, she was national account manager at Kent Reliance, part of One Savings Bank, for seven years. 

In her new role, Fraser-Tucker will be working with the Bank’s new and existing broker network within the Central London area, reporting into Marcus Dussard, sales director, specialist mortgages.

HTB provides specialist buy-to-let mortgages for limited companies (trading, SPVs and new SPVs), offshore entities, expats and foreign nationals and first-time landlords. They provide lending on HMOs, MUFBs, semi-commercial, new build flats and short-term lets.

Dussard said: “I am delighted Becki has decided to join the team at HTB. We have enjoyed excellent growth over the past few years, with more to come it is vitally important to have a team which supports our broker network and provides a first-class service.”

Fraser-Tucker added: “I am excited to be joining the Specialist Mortgage team at HTB. I bring considerable experience of dealing with brokers in Central London to the role. I look forward to meeting brokers over the coming weeks and outlining HTB’s great proposition.”

Louisa Sedgwick, managing director, specialist mortgages at Hampshire Trust Bank, concluded: “We are continually strengthening our Specialist Mortgage team in order to support our growth plans for 2022 and beyond. 

“Our recent decision to increase our maximum buy-to-let mortgage size from £15m to £25m further highlights our appetite for new business and appointments such as Becki’s ensure we have to staffing capability to match our appetite.”

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