Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) has promoted Graeme Walker to head of lending for development finance.
Graeme – who joined HTB in 2015 – will now be responsible for customer experience and business development.
London-based relationship managers will now report to him.
David Alcock, managing director of development finance at HTB, said: “It is the interest of any business – especially those requiring expert knowledge and the ability to forge close relationships with existing and new clients – to promote talent from within.
“I am, therefore, absolutely thrilled that Graeme has accepted the role of head of lending.
“He has helped spearhead our growth over the course of the last four years and I am confident that he will continue to play an integral part in our ambitious growth plans.”
Graeme added: “HTB and its development finance division is a market leader.
“I look forward to taking up my new role, working with some of the best relationship managers in the industry.”
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