The Scotland-based fintech lending platform has recruited Chris Mitchell, Anthony Allen, Keith Hunter and Fraser McKay, which pushes LendingCrowd’s staff quota to over 40.
Chris will be responsible for Edinburgh and the surrounding areas and has over 15 years of experience working for RBS and Clydesdale Bank.
Both Anthony — who has more than 10 years of banking experience — and Fraser — who has held a variety of finance roles in a career spanning over 30 years — will be covering Glasgow and the Central Belt.
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Experienced business developer and sales manager Keith will be working with businesses across Aberdeen, in addition to the north-east of Scotland.
“As the banks retract into call centres and continue to close their branches, we understand that customers want a face-to-face relationship with their funder,” said Adrian Innes, head of origination at LendingCrowd (pictured above).
“That’s why I’m delighted LendingCrowd is bucking the trend by appointing four senior business development managers, each with significant experience and accredited banking careers.”