Whitehall Capital

Whitehall Capital lends £15m in seven days and appoints new BDM




Whitehall Capital has completed four loans within a week totalling over £15m.

The completions include a £6.3m development loan, agreed at 65% LTGDV on an 18-month term, for the construction of two care homes in Fulham.

The other facilities include three bridging loans worth £1.5m, £3.9m and £250,000, all agreed on 12-month loan terms.

In addition, the lender has appointed Mo Miah (pictured above) as a BDM.

Mo, who has significant experience in banking and financial services business development, joins the company from Bridge Help, where he previously worked as a BDM.

Anthony Bodenstein, managing partner at Whitehall Capital, said: “We have the ambition, we have the investment and we have the right people — together, we’re looking forward to doubling our books over the next year, providing clients with even more opportunities and services.”

Naseer Ahmed, commercial finance director at Whitehall Capital, added: “We are 100% self-funded at Whitehall Capital, so we move at pace and can reduce transaction turnover times significantly. 

“This gives us a real market advantage and has contributed significantly to the widely coveted reputation we enjoy for a quick turnaround, our clear, open, and honest communication throughout the loan process, and our ability to get projects funded.”

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