Mint Property Finance

Mint welcomes four new hires after record-breaking month



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Mint Property Finance has added four new members to its team following a record-breaking month.

In April, the privately funded lender exceeded figures revealed in March, with an increase in revenues of over 10%.

The appointments across four business areas aim to further strengthen the team, and include Marc Williams (pictured above) — former development finance underwriter at Together — who has joined Mint’s team of underwriters, bringing with him over 10 years of experience.

Stephen Cunningham — who previously worked at Kaplan UK — has been appointed as a marketing manager.

In his new role, he will be responsible of further developing Mint’s sales and marketing strategy as the business prepares to launch a suite of new products.

Andy Dunn has been brought on as a development underwriter support, having previously worked at Ultimate Finance, where he was an assistant portfolio manager.

In addition, Lee Green has been appointed as a portfolio manager.

In his new role, he will use his knowledge of evaluating market trends and the specialist lending industry to continue Mint’s company growth.

“As a business that prides itself on bringing the human touch to specialist lending, our success is very much down to our people and investing in the right team forms a key part of our growth strategy,” said Andrew Lazare, founder and managing director at Mint Property Finance.

“As we celebrate our tenth year of business with month-on-month growth, it feels like the right time to further bolster the team with additional expertise, and I am confident that every one of our new hires will each play a significant role in what is now a 50-strong team.

“Our people-first culture is what sets us apart and Stephen, Andy, Marc and Lee, who each bring a different set of skills to the business, are a great fit with our growing team.  

“We’re thrilled to have them on board as we embark on an exciting new phase of expansion.”

The new hires follow the appointment of business development manager Wayne Lee, who rejoined Mint last month, having first worked with the business in 2015.

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