Accord Mortgages’ national intermediary sales manager, David Robinson, is set to leave the company at the end of July.
Having been with the Yorkshire Building Society Group for 29 years – 14 of them with Accord Mortgages – Robinson helped to transom Accord by increasing procuration fees, introducing a new retention strategy for brokers and enabling direct broker access to underwriters, amongst other improvements.
“My decision to leave Accord wasn’t an easy one to make but I’m looking forward to exciting new challenges after an incredibly great chapter at the Group,” Robinson commented.
He said his proudest moment during his role in the company is the transformations that have been made in the last three years.
“It is a testament to the hard work and team effort from many colleagues across the business that we have achieved so much and gained this new recognition in the intermediary market,” he said.
“I do believe that we’ve been able to change the hearts and minds of our broker customers and I know Accord will continue to go from strength to strength.”
Charles Canning, chief customer officer at Yorkshire Building Society Group, added: “We are hugely appreciative of David’s contribution over the years and to making Accord Mortgages what it is today. We wish him every success in the future.”