Bridge Help

Bridge Help expands team



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Bridge Help has appointed Martin Bray (pictured above) for the newly created role of loan manager, following growth in the last 12 months.

With a background in office administration and compliance, he will be responsible for managing Bridge Help’s loan pipeline and supporting its business development team who work remotely throughout the UK.

He will be based at the company’s head office on Old Brick Works Lane in Chesterfield.

The business moved to the offices in July last year following an influx of loan applications during the pandemic, which prompted further recruitment.

Martin joins from Select Sales, where he worked as an office, sales and admin coordinator.

“It’s an exciting time to join Bridge Help,” said Martin. 

“It’s a great opportunity for me to get stuck into the loan manager role, really shape it and support Bridge Help in meeting its ambitions. 

“The team is fantastic and the work is really interesting; I’m in the middle of it all and enjoying contributing to the business’s success.”

To manage the growing demand for its loan products and services, the company has also made three new business development manager hires since the start of the year.

Chris Sellars, chief executive at Bridge Help, added: “I am very excited for the future of Bridge Help. 

“The current financial climate has shown a very real need for alternative lenders.”

The lender offers privately funded loans from £250,000 to £10m for a range of commercial investments, including land, BTL and industrial properties, property development, auction and acquisition finance.

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