Redwood Bank has appointed Mark Dolphin (pictured above) as its BDM for Yorkshire and the North East.
Mark will focus on helping SMEs in the region to expand, diversify or strengthen their businesses via new lending or refinance.
His arrival at the challenger bank brings the total number of employees there to 55.
Commenting on his appointment, Mark said that he was delighted to be part of Redwood Bank.
“I’m passionate about customer service and I am looking forward to establishing strong relationships with customers to ensure they have an enjoyable and reliable lending experience.”
Mark spent 19 years at Lloyds Bank and almost 12 years at Santander, where he worked closely with SMEs.
He added: “For the last two-and-a-half years I have spent my time at Atom bank playing an integral role in developing brand awareness to SMEs and brokers, something I’m keen to bring with me to Redwood Bank.”
Gary Wilkinson, CEO and co-founder of Redwood Bank, said that he was delighted to welcome Mark to the team.
“His wealth of experience will be a valuable asset to us.
“As we continue to develop and grow, it’s key that we have the very best people on board who are committed to delivering a first-class service for all our business customers.
“He is passionate about customer service, delivery and making a difference in helping SMEs – the lifeblood of the UK economy – achieve their goals and aspirations.”
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