Signature Private Finance aims to reach £250m of lending by

Signature Private Finance aims to reach £250m of lending by automating deal process

Signature Private Finance has revealed its next lending target of £250m as it transforms "every aspect" of its operation.

The privately owned principal lender has grown significantly over the past few years, having delivered 304% growth in 2016, 33% in 2017 and 59% in 2018.

Signature also expanded its operations with the recent opening of a new office in Edinburgh.

Tony Gilbertson, CEO at Signature (pictured above), stated that Signature was putting clients’ needs at “the heart” of its service.

“We are automating our deal process, thanks to a bespoke system developed with our technology partner; it’s now been piloted and is ready to be rolled out in the coming weeks.”

Tony added that the digital transformation would make the journey from enquiry to drawdown simpler and faster, with greater transparency at every step for everyone in the process.

“Brexit uncertainty is creating pessimism in the market and that makes the £250m target tough, but I believe we have prepared the business, our people, our processes and our products to ensure this will be a stretching yet attainable target over the next few years.”

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