One Mortgage System (OMS) has appointed Kevin Blount as head of operations.
Kevin has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry and joins OMS from Clever Lending where he was director of technical operations at Clever Mortgages and Clever Lending. Earlier in his career, he spent eight years as a mortgage adviser at Nottingham Building Society and Clever Mortgages.
In his new role, Kevin will manage all new integrations and development activity including the planning and development of a new business roadmap. He will also project manage new system launches for lenders and network partners.
OMS is the only end-to-end platform which covers product areas such as residential, buy-to-let, second charge, equity release, bridging, commercial plus general insurance, and protection. It is integrated with market-leading providers – Ignite, Submissions Brain, Twenty7Tec, iPipeline, Hometrack, Experian, Equifax, Uinsure, Air Sourcing and Knowledge Bank – to provide users with best in class for product sourcing, protection sourcing and criteria searching.
Neal Jannels, Managing Director of One Mortgage System (OMS), commented: “Kevin knows the intermediary mortgage space inside and out, especially when it comes to the more specialist end of the market. His skillset and extensive knowledge base will be hugely beneficial to our business and our ever-expanding range of clients going forwards.
“2024 is set to be a pivotal year for the business following a period of extensive recruitment to bolster a senior management team which will help us to deliver some ambitious and aggressive growth plans.”
Kevin Blount, Head of Operations at One Mortgage System (OMS), added: “I worked with OMS from a client perspective for over five years and have always been impressed by how they have grown as a business over this time whilst still providing a top class service.
“For me, they are one of the biggest success stories in the mortgage intermediary space over the past few years and I can’t wait to be part of this exciting new chapter.”