Development finance search engine Brickflow has appointed a new lending director and key account director to support its expansion plans.
Brickflow, which launched last October, has 29 property lenders on its site, including alternative finance providers CapitalRise, CrowdProperty and LendInvest.
It has hired Tim Noble (pictured below) as lending director to increase the number of lenders plugged into its platform and to increase funding opportunities for developers.
He has 40 years of experience in the banking industry, the last 30 of which have been spent providing residential development finance to UK housebuilders. He has previously held senior positions with Paragon Bank, Bank Leumi, Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander and Close Property Finance.
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“My years as a development finance lender means I can advise developers on their loan requirements, help with online applications and manage applications so they secure the most suitable funding for their projects,” he said.
Brickflow also announced that it has hired Chris Meyer (pictured below) as a key account director, to extend its support to professionals working within the property development sector.
Meyer has 28 years’ experience in providing funding support services to firms and brokers in the professional services and insurance sectors. He has held senior sales roles with an Aim-listed finance provider, a French fashion finance business and insurance premium finance company Premium Credit.
In May, Brickflow said that it had helped borrowers secure almost £50m of funding in its first six months.