Hope Capital

Hope Capital restructures new business division following team shuffle

Hope Capital has announced a new service proposition and is restructuring its new business division.

The news comes as the specialist lender reveals that Wayne Lee and Steve Allen are leaving the firm after several years of contribution to help significantly grow the company.

Wayne and Steve are set to be joining Mint Bridging and Bridging Finance Solutions, respectively.  

Hope Capital is well underway with the restructure of its new business division and plans to bolster all of its departments.

The finance provider also aims to optimise the support of its distribution channels by adding value with enhanced broker packaging opportunities, branded lending and marketing support options, exclusive products  and service quality with underwriters and BDMs.

The business also recently launched The Hope Capital Club (HCC), which provides exclusive benefits to a select number of brokers. 

“We have lots of exciting plans in the pipeline and are looking forward to welcoming new talent across all areas of the business, which will enable us to support increased business volumes and continue our growth strategy,” said Jonathan Sealey, CEO at Hope Capital (pictured above).

“We are encouraging people to apply from all industries, whether they have strong experience in the finance sector or not. 

“The most important thing is for individuals to have a strong work ethic, transferable skills and be a team player, with a focus on delivering service excellence. 

“At Hope Capital, we provide the tools, resources and opportunities for individuals to succeed and develop. 

“They’ll be part of a great environment and culture where individuals thrive, utilise their skills, and are recognised for excellence and adding value.”

In January, Sinead Moynihan joined the Hope Capital team from Mint Bridging , as part of its growth plans. 

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