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New appointment at Mortgage Express: Sian Jones

New appointment release: Sian Jones

With more than 15 years’ experience in the banking industry, Sian Jones joins Mortgage Express as their newest adviser.

Sian hails from Wales where she spent 11 years at Barclays as a Regional Performance Coach. Her management role here included coaching and training her team, as well as working directly with customers in a lending environment.

Currently residing in Christchurch, Sian has spent the last 4 years as a Manager at Westpac. Her inside understanding and knowledge of the New Zealand banking industry affords her expertise in sourcing the best solution for her clients.

“I’m passionate about helping my clients realise their dreams,” says Sian. “Whatever stage of life you’re at - a first home, adding to your investment portfolio, or a retirement property - let me help you achieve your home loan goals by sharing my own experiences and knowledge.”

Sian prides herself on timely, professional and friendly service, and values her ability to think outside the box when it comes to finding the best option for her clients.

General Manager of Mortgage Express, Sarah Johnston says, “Sian’s friendly, approachable manner, combined with her considerable experience and expertise in the banking industry, is an asset to Mortgage Express, and we look forward to welcoming her to the team.”

Based in Christchurch, Sian offers a full range of insurance and mortgage advice, including personal, risk, commercial and residential insurance, as well as advice about budgeting, home loans, refinancing, personal loans and more.

About Mortgage Express
Mortgage Express is the fastest growing mortgage and insurance adviser company in Australasia. In operation since 1998, it has access to a wide range of lenders, insurers and products, and has helped more than 20,000 New Zealand families buy their dream homes. With 43 advisers across New Zealand, Mortgage Express assists in settling over 2,200 loans annually.

Mortgage Express is owned by Harcourts, New Zealand’s largest real estate group, a privately owned New Zealand company which operates in 10 countries around the globe.

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