Samantha is the bridging lender’s second BDM appointment of the year, and its fourth in the past six months.
She joins from Octopus Property, where she served as a BDM for the Home Counties.
Prior to that, she was BDM for the Midlands and North at Castle Trust.
In her new role, she will be responsible for managing inquiries for the South of England.
Paresh Raja, CEO at MFS, said that Samantha’s appointment came at an exciting time for MFS.
The bridging lender recently secured a ‘major’ new funding line from a global investment bank.
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“Importantly, while other lenders might be deterred from handling enquiries due to the current political uncertainty, the ongoing expansion of our sales team means that MFS is ready to meet the needs of brokers and clients, enabling us to take on new bridging deals with speed and exceptional service,” said Paresh.
Samantha added that she had been working in the specialist lending market for three years and was “constantly impressed” by MFS’ ability to handle the more complex cases that most lenders would turn away.
“Paresh and his team think outside the box, and this creative thinking has made them renowned industry leaders when it comes to handling complex deals.
“I look forward to supporting MFS’ onward expansion of its bridging loan services in the South of England and will be on hand to support brokers and borrowers in need of bridging finance for residential, commercial and buy-to-let purchases.”