The Right DA Club welcomes Bob Scott as its new Managing Director.

Bob Scott has been appointed as the Directly Authorised club’s new Managing Director, where Bob will lead The Right Mortgage owned DA proposition.

Reflecting on the successes of The Right Mortgage and Protection Network, The Right DA Club is the next step in the group’s growth as they look at where else they can provide leading support to advisers.

Bob brings extensive experience of implementing, developing and delivering National Distribution channels in the mortgage and protection markets. Previously Director and Owner of FCA Regulated Networks, he also brings experience in lending and product penetration schemes. Bob joins The Right DA Club from a leading regulated network where amongst other achievements, he was the top recruiter for five consecutive years.

‘I have always watched the changing attitude and successes of both the true Appointed Representative and Directly Authorised Markets. Due to these changing attitudes of brokers and advisers, whilst I believe there will always be a strong demand and necessity for both platforms, I believe there is now a real demand for something different. A true DA offering but with unrivalled support. We are determined to be the brand of choice in the market place for this new style of distribution. If you have time to discuss your future, we have time to listen’’ – Bob Scott

The Right DA Club offer an array of support and resource including in-house training, a dedicated online hub, compliance support packages and more for their members at present, and bringing Bob on board will hope to provide more for the DA Club’s members.

“We’ve provided years of successful support to those wishing to be part of a network and now we’re excited to bring our Directly Authorised proposition to the fore, and we’re delighted to welcome Bob on board to champion this with existing and prospective members. I know he will be a valued and crucial welcome to the development of the DA Club and I look forward to working with him.” – Martin Wilson