The London-based lender – which has been lending since November 2017 – is now actively looking to appoint an experienced BDM to bolster its team.
Speaking to Bridging & Commercial, Rudy Metta of Rockbridge Capital (pictured above), said that it was looking to attract more business from brokers operating in the bridging sector.
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“…We have carried out numerous unregulated complex loans to businesses and individuals.
“2018 has been surprisingly strong and we are seeing this trend roll into 2019.
“We continue to seek bridging finance opportunities that meet our parameters and investment returns.”
Its bridging lending appetite is for loans over £1.25m.
Rudy continued: “In conjunction with our network of partners and clients, we have capital to deploy in this space.
“We have the ability to assess and commit to a deal quickly.”