The bridging lender has recruited Tracey North to the newly created, combined role, which it hopes will streamline the lending process for brokers.
Tracey brings with her a wealth of experience, including over 13 years as a senior relationship manager at NatWest.
In addition, Hope has also appointed Alan and Mel Dring of the MAD Approach as consultants to support its ambitious growth plans.
“We achieved exceptional growth last year and will be moving into expanded office space as a result; now we want to build on this momentum,” said Jonathan Sealey, CEO of Hope Capital (pictured above).
“Key to us is to ensure that brokers and their clients get the loans that they want, in [the] way and the timescales that they need.
“If we continue to get this right, then Hope Capital itself continues to grow exponentially.
“Our latest appointments will undoubtedly help us to provide that exceptional level of service and continue our ambitious growth plans.”
Speaking of her appointment, Tracey felt that Hope was an exciting business with a huge amount of potential.
“I hope to make a significant difference in this strategic role, making things easier both for brokers and their clients, so there is never a reason not to come to Hope Capital for their bridging loan requirements.”
Alan, director of the MAD Approach, added: “We have a track record over many years of helping companies to grow, particularly in the short-term lending and bridging space.
“We will be bringing all that experience to bear, working in collaboration with Jonathan, his team and Hope Capital’s major stakeholders to help them to develop their proposition and distribution channels and to continue their recent very encouraging growth rate.”