His role will involve working closely with Nick Baker, head of intermediaries, and Richard Cameron, head of asset finance, to develop and deliver an industry-leading asset finance product to the intermediary market.
He will continue to build the bank’s commercial mortgage products, by providing SMEs with access to finance using modern tools, backed by human expertise.
Most recently, Brandon worked at Wesleyan Bank, where his role focused on the SME asset finance market, and has also held senior roles at Lombard Asset Finance and Santander.
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“Joining Allica Bank is a fantastic opportunity to work with a talented and fresh-thinking team to help build a bank focused on empowering small businesses to prosper,” said Brandon.
“It is exciting to work within a bank that uses innovative technology, local industry experience, and human relationships to provide an exceptional service to all customers.
“We will work to create a seamless and consistent digital journey for brokers and intermediaries, supported by human relationships and expertise.”
Mark Stephens, CEO at Allica Bank, commented: “Brandon’s expertise and understanding of the banking and asset finance sectors will be a real boost for [the bank’s] continued expansion plans.
“He will play a central role in helping us forge strong relationships with brokers and intermediaries around our new asset finance proposition, which are key strategic markets for us.”