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We are really happy to welcome Hemel Shah to the team

We are really happy to welcome Hemel Shah to the team

February 12, 2019
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Hemel, ex-partner at John Charcol, has been tasked with developing B2B relationships and providing feedback on what’s important to brokers.

Hemel’s appointment shows our intention to always keep our customers at the heart of our business whilst pushing the technological envelope. 

Hemel’s experience in the mortgage industry gives us vital input to create solutions that generate immediate value for the business whilst being simple and easy to use. 

Hemel is here to help us bridge the gap between our technology and what brokers want.

Rameez Zafar, chief executive at Eligible

The market has been inundated with technology that focuses on ‘digitising’ the sales process but retaining the client relationship has been overlooked. 

I have spent some time considering my next step and although there are numerous technology firms in the industry, there are few innovators genuinely looking to achieve the best outcome for both the broker and the client. 

I look forward to working with client focused businesses that are passionate about building great client relationships.

Hemel Shah, Sales director

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