Wyelands Bank has appointed Kevin Sullivan (pictured above, left) as a relationship manager in its working capital solutions team.
Kevin — who joins from Nucleus Commercial Finance — will focus on growing Wyelands Bank’s asset-based lending offering and also be responsible for managing a portfolio of clients and developing the team’s risk and relationship management capabilities.
Ian Flaxman, managing director of working capital solutions at Wyelands Bank (right), said: “At Wyelands Bank, our starting point is always to get to know the business we are trying to help and the specific challenges it might face.
“With a strong track record in managing a portfolio of asset-based lending clients, Kevin’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to our customers.
“Kevin will help us continue to deliver innovative and high-quality financial solutions to small and medium businesses across the manufacturing supply chain.”
Kevin added: “Wyelands Bank’s approach is innovative, yet simple.
“It gives its customers direct access to decision makers to help businesses unlock growth.”
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