Bluestone Mortgages is pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Seal as Managing Director. Steve joined Bluestone Mortgages in September 2017 as Director of Sales & Marketing and brings 24 years of financial services experience to his new role.
Since joining the business, Steve has been instrumental in developing Bluestone’s mortgage proposition and positioning the business as a leading player in the specialist lending market. As a result, Bluestone Mortgages has already grown strongly under his leadership.
As Managing Director, Steve will be responsible for driving Bluestone’s ambitious growth plans, enhancing the service it provides to its intermediary partners, and overseeing additional investment in Bluestone’s proprietary loan workflow technology platform, as well as the day-to-day management of the business.
Prior to joining Bluestone Mortgages, Steve was Head of Sales at OneSavings Bank’s Kent Reliance business having also held posts at Virgin Money, Chelsea Building Society, Barclays & Lloyds Banking Group.
Peter McGuinness, Group Chief Executive at Bluestone, comments:
“Steve was selected for the role after a thorough search process and is a natural for the appointment. Since joining Bluestone, Steve has demonstrated impressive leadership in driving the sales and marketing strategies for Bluestone, and with his obvious passion for a service and relationship led proposition, I am confident Steve is very well placed to excel in tackling the wider opportunity presented by his new role.”
Steve Seal,pictured, Managing Director at Bluestone Mortgages, added:
“I’m excited to be leading Bluestone Mortgages as we continue into our next stage of company growth. Recent developments within our proposition such as Open Banking and extending our fee-free remortgage product to cater for adverse credit customers means we are in good stead to propel the business forward and keep on top of the constantly evolving specialist lending market. These are incredibly exciting times in Bluestone’s development and I’m looking forward to being at the helm.”