Aldermore has bolstered its specialist finance team with the appointment of two regional sales managers.
The specialist bank has added Andrew Stringfellow to the team to cover Manchester, while Danielle Winfield will be responsible for the Leeds area.
Andrew joins from Lloyds, where he served as associate director of invoice finance.
His corporate experience spans over 30 years and includes roles in business development, relationship banking and risk management.
Andrew said: “Aldermore specialist finance is an extremely well-resourced operation and has an excellent reputation for providing vital working capital support to its clients.
“I look forward to the opportunities ahead, meeting contacts old and new, and increasing and reinforcing the company’s presence in the North West region.”
Meanwhile, Danielle has joined from Positive Cashflow, where she served as regional sales director.
She has over 10 years of experience in the sector and has held roles at IGF Group and Bibby Financial Services.
Danielle added: “Aldermore’s specialist finance team has deservedly earned a strong reputation within the marketplace.
“I will be focused on drawing on my extensive SME network and demonstrating how Aldermore can offer a personalised and innovative approach to their financing needs.”
Karen Allen, head of specialist finance at Aldermore, commented: “Andrew and Danielle bring with them decades of experience in business finance and have built trusted, established connections with SMEs in the North.
“SMEs make up the majority of the northern UK economy and we are proud to be able to support them with their cash flow requirements, enabling them to flourish and thrive.”
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