Impact seeks new self-employed advisors

Impact Specialist Finance is launching a bid to bring in more mortgage advisors who will work with the company on a self-employed basis, as part of plans for growing its brokerage.

The financial services company is based out of Horsham in West Sussex, but it handles clients from all over the country. Its Managing Director, Dale Jannels, stated that the mortgage and property sectors had both remained remarkably buoyant during the last year, even in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Further explaining the reasons for hiring more advisors to Financial Reporter, he went on to add that:

“We’re seeing a vast increase in referrals from a number of key partners requesting assistance with specialist and complex scenarios for a range of borrowers, which means we are in the privileged position to expand the business.”

Jannels added that Impact Specialist Finance wanted advisors with industry experience who would relish teaming up with a well-established firm, but also enjoy the freedom and opportunity to improve earnings that this role would offer, as opposed to most standard jobs within a brokerage.

He concluded by pointing out that there were already many excellent advisors employed by the company and that he was sure those applying for these new positions would have the skills needed to help the firm achieve its aims.

This could present a great opportunity for advisors who want to combine flexibility with greater security, and shows why this career choice and CeMAP courses continue to be popular.


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