As you’re reading our blog, you probably know plenty about our company, systems and what we offer. But how much do you know about the people behind Mortgage Brain? Our new series will allow you to meet our team – the people who bring our company to life and are the face of our Mortgage Brain.
First up is Lee Richardson, a National Business Development Manager, who is a long-standing member of the team.
How long have you been working at Mortgage Brain?
Just over three years.
What does a typical day look like for you?
Each day can be different which makes the job exciting and challenging. I could be helping one of my accounts with training or maybe an issue they may be having. Or, I could be out on the road presenting our offering to a new prospect account. Also, I help my colleagues win business and deliver a first-class service to our clients.
What’s your favourite part of your job?
Helping our clients understand the benefits of the system and what the system can do for them. Also winning the sale from one of our competitors is a great feeling.
What is your best Mortgage Brain memory?
Doing my Latino Bull dance moves at the Christmas party!
Why Mortgage Brain – what drew you to the company?
It’s a great company to work for, and what drew me to the company was that your views and thoughts are valued. You are not a number at Mortgage Brain, you are looked at as an integral member of the company who can make a difference.
Tea or coffee?
Coffee – Caramel Latte is the drink of champions.
You’re stranded on a desert island. Which co-worker would you like to have with you, and why?
I would say Chris Brown, we would spend our time on the island arguing which is the more manly game to play: Rugby union or Rugby league. We all know it would be Rugby Union – the tougher sport…
What’s your best party trick?
My dance moves and my fabulous singing voice.
Do you have any bad habits – especially ones that annoy the rest of the office?!
Yes, what seems to annoy everyone is my ability to look damn good looking every morning when I come to work…
What’s your best quality, and how does it help you at work?
I would have to say my sense of humour. Sometimes we work in a pressured environment and it’s good to release that pressure sometimes.