In light of broker demand, the bank has also launched its commercial mortgage offering into Scotland.
Lender attendees currently include MT Finance, Octane Capital, Together, Castle Trust, Hope Capital and Masthaven Bank.
As a member of the operating board, Bryden will have overall responsibility for the operation and performance of commercial loans for the business.
The latest North West and Yorkshire appointment follows the recent announcement of three new business development managers for Recognise Bank covering London and the Midlands, and two sector specialists covering professional practice and healthcare.
Chirag Shah, chief executive of Nucleus Commercial Finance, said: “We’re delighted to have Sam return to Nucleus. Having always focused on the South East, he brings with him a strong network and passion for helping SMEs access financing that fits their needs."
The luxury asset short-term lender has also seen a 65% increase in enquiries from introducers in the past month.
Shawbrook’s strategic partnership programme recognises brokers with the highest quality of applications and successful conversions.
The new portal, PUMA for Intermediaries, has been launched following a successful pilot and will be used for all new applications.
Watts Commercial Finance has appointed Ben Clarke (pictured) as commercial manager. Clarke joins the team from Lloyds Bank where he spent the past six years as an SME relationship manager. Based out of their London office, he will support clients across all aspects of commercial funding. Phil Gray, managing director of Watts Commercial Finance, said: […]
Nucleus Commercial Finance has made changes in order to support more SMEs as England eases COVID-19 restrictions.