Close Brothers Asset Finance has appointed Andrew Bowyer to the role of national development manager, leading its vendor development programme.
The appointment will increase MAFs agriculture and construction exposure.
Cameron joined from RBS, where he was head of asset finance products; before RBS, he worked for Lombard, NatWest and Lloyds Banking Group.
Originally launched in April to provide the NHS and its staff with additional equipment, the scheme will now see MAF’s specialist healthcare division partner with several trade associations and donate a portion of the money earned from introduced deals to The Care Workers’ Charity (CWC).
Close Brothers Asset Finance has launched a free-to-use hub housing data from its surveys of small to medium enterprises (SMEs).
The mobile-first product has been designed to help SMEs minimise their exposure to credit risk by providing real-time data-led insights.
Close Brothers Asset Finance has appointed machine broker specialist Neil Ainge as regional manager of the finance for industry team.
The financial services broker has launched a ‘help to supply’ scheme, aimed at providing NHS staff with additional equipment.
The initiatives aims to help UK businesses fund renewable energy assets such as solar panels, biomass boilers and onshore wind turbines.
All of the rating agency’s collateral forecasts for European consumer securitisations have been changed from largely stable to negative.