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OneDome portal appoints financial heavyweights to its board

High fliers from bank Monzo and mortgage giant Cheltenham & Gloucester are being brought on board to boost OneDome.

Nigel Lewis

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Challenger portal OneDome has bagged two high-flying financial services figures to join its board as non-executive directors.

Tim Brooke, who is a former chairman of Monzo bank and before that a senior figure at Capita, is joined on the board by Michael Yeates, another senior figure from the financial world.

Yeates is a former General Manager of Cheltenham & Gloucester Plc. He helped grow the mortgage provider from the 16th largest building society into one of the UK’s largest lenders, the most cost-efficient financial services company in Europe and the 27th most profitable organisation in the world across all industries.

Brooke and Yeates have joined a board that is chaired by Sir Nigel Knowles, the driving force behind the transformation of a small legal practice in Leeds into one of the largest legal firms in the world – DLA Piper.

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nigel knowles portalKnowles (pictured) says: “OneDome is focused on changing the way consumers purchase properties for good, by fixing one of the most archaic and frustrating processes in our day-to-day lives and I am confident that with Tim and Michael onboard, the firm will go from strength to strength in achieving its goals”.

The appointments coincide with the launch of OneDome’s digital homebuying platform and its flagship Homebuyer service.

This brings together all the essentials that consumers need to purchase a home, into one simple, efficient, and cost-effective offering.

OneDome has also begun rolling out its transaction management services to estate agency and housebuilder clients, offering a platform to manage property transactions with ease and generate additional income from home moving services.

May 24, 2022

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