Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon investing in young local people

By Anita Jaynes on 19 May, 2015

Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon, the independent provider of mortgage advice, is enjoying the return on its investment in young people.

Katherine Tilling, 22, is thriving in her role as a mortgage assistant at the company. Having gained CeMAP the mortgage adviser qualification, Katherine is now on an internal Mortgage Advice Bureau course to further her development and knowledge of the industry.

Jeremy Morcumb, owner of Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon, said: “Katherine is friendly, approachable and very determined to build her career.  We’re certain she’ll have a long and successful career at Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon.”

Katherine initially studied for an NVQ2 in hairdressing at Swindon College. Deciding to change her career path 2010, she took an apprenticeship with letting agency, ‘To Let To You’. Here, she committed her future to the property industry, and joined Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon two years later.

Katherine said: “Working here has been a great experience. It has inspired me to build my career in this industry with Mortgage Advice Bureau Swindon. I can see endless opportunities to develop here.”

Mortgage Advice Bureau has over 700 advisers across the UK and arranges around £8 billion of mortgages annually through more than 80 UK lenders.

Mortgage Advice Bureau has won at the British Mortgage Awards five years in a row and the Money Marketing Financial Services Award for Best Mortgage Adviser three years in a row. In total, the business has won more than 50 awards in the last five years.

Pictured above: Kathering Tilling of Swindon Mortgage Advice Bureau