Self Employed Mortgage Broker

Posted 3 days ago by Finlink Ltd
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Salary icon £70,000 - £120,000 per annum
Location icon Berkshire , South East England

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Mortgage Broker (Remote)

An excellent opportunity to join an established, medium sized Wealth advisory firm who are based in Berkshire. They are a Whole of Market advisory firm who are directly authorised.

The firm is a supportive and established home for self employed mortgage brokers with a client bank. The role is offered on a self-employed basis and will involve providing mortgage and protection advice to individuals. The business can provide occasional leads but this role is focussed on those who are established brokers with a client bank.

The Role:

  • Work anywhere in the UK as the role is fully remote with no office visits required
  • Working on a self-employed basis, controlling when and how you work
  • The firm can provide occasional leads from their wealth clients
  • Administration and full compliance support provided at no extra cost
  • IT equipment provided
  • Support and guidance offered

Earnings and costs

  • A split of 75% on all income received
  • No monthly costs

Essential Skills and Qualifications:

  • The business is looking for experienced advisors for who bring with them a client bank
  • CAS and broking experience required

If this sounds of interest, please apply now!

Required skills

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    Mortgage Broker
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    Protection Advice

Application questions

Do you have experience giving mortgage advice?
Do you have a client bank?

Reference: 51200763

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