Fluent Money has made seven appointments since March when it announced securing private equity investment.
The UK’s largest second charge distributor has hired four advisers, two case managers and one development project manager to bring its staff count to 113.
Fluent pledged to grow the business in March after announcing that it had secured ‘significant’ investment from Beech Tree Private Equity, a private equity firm.
Tim Wheeldon (pictured), chief operating officer at Fluent Money, said: “We have a world class proposition and we are growing rapidly as more intermediaries are seeing the opportunities provided by second charge lending in a post MCD world.
“However, our ability to provide the best service for our introducers and their clients, rests in not only having the best product offering and IT infrastructure in the market, but also in the expertise and dedication of our people.
“We are delighted to welcome our new starters, all of whom bring valuable experience and the kind of positive attitude to customer service which have always been hallmarks of the way Fluent Money does business.”