She joins the specialist lender from Pepper (UK) Limited, where she worked as a commercial specialist.
Before that, she was a commercial banking officer at Metro Bank.
“I have worked in the financial services industry for over eight years, of which the last three years have been spent servicing bridging and development loans for a well-known lender in the city,” said Maryam.
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“When this opportunity of being an underwriter with Berkeley Asset Finance came along, I knew this was the right time for me to take on the next challenge in my career by joining such an ambitious lender like Berkeley Asset Finance, which is part of a large group that has many other financial services companies.
“They are well positioned in the market with exponential business growth plans, and I am excited for the future.”
Tarlochan Garcha, CEO at Berkeley Asset Finance, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Maryam to our team.
“Her experience, knowledge, drive and passion meet the ethos of Berkeley Asset Finance, and we look forward to working with her.”