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OneFamily appoints funding consultant


OneFamily has appointed Denise Saber as a Funding Consultant. She will report to John Adams, Partnerships Managing Director, who oversees OneFamily’s investment strategy.

In her new role, Saber will support Adams in establishing relationships with new partners who see opportunities in investing in Lifetime Mortgages as an asset class.
Saber has more than 25 years’ experience in the fund management industry, primarily in managing relationships with institutional investors. Prior to joining OneFamily, Denise was Head of Institutional Business Development at First State investments and Partner and Head of Distribution at Craigmore Farming Partnership, where she helped establish the firm’s first private equity farming fund. She was Head of European Business Development at Insight Investment, where she established the business as a leading provider of responsible investment solutions in the Nordic and Benelux regions.
Adams says: “We’re delighted to welcome Denise to OneFamily. She is highly regarded and well connected in the investment industry, and will be an excellent relationship manager for OneFamily in the sector.”
Saber adds: “I am looking forward to having the opportunity to use my knowledge to help OneFamily develop and build its lifetime mortgage business with institutional investors. OneFamily has ambitious growth plans, along with a culture of innovation and a focus on creating financial solutions that help its customers, so the combination of these was a real draw.”

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