“The opportunity arose to work for a brand new, yet innovative lender, and having a first-hand understanding of the frustrations in the [commercial real estate] sector, I jumped at the opportunity,” Caroline told B&C.
She was formerly head of commercial mortgages at Aldermore Bank, where she had worked for nine years.
In her new role, she will be building and delivering a lending proposition suited to today’s market in commercial real estate.
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The lender is set to launch in 2021 and is aiming to build a sustainable future by providing products for conscientious SMEs and consumers.
It will lend in residential and commercial real estate, and provide a lifecycle property solution from refurbishment and development to investment.
“I now have the pleasure [of working] alongside an immensely talented team to mould a proposition fit for the future of banking; a proposition that works for the customer, the lender, and the broker, while also building on this to play a part in developing sustainability within the finance industry as a whole.”