Aldermore has strengthened its regional specialist finance presence with the appointments of Justin Nel (pictured above), as regional sales manager for the South East, and Jordan Bond, as regional sales manager for the South West.
The pair will act as the lender’s specialist finance contacts for invoice finance across the two regions.
Justin — who has over 10 years of experience managing client relationships — joins from fintech Satago, where he was a BDM.
Prior to that, he spent over eight years as a relationship manager at private bank Investec.
Jordan has been promoted having successfully worked for two years as a relationship manager at Aldermore.
In his previous role, he helped to give advice to clients on invoice finance deals.
“[Justin and Jordan] will both play a key role as we continually seek to expand and improve our product propositions to serve an ever greater number of clients with straightforward financial solutions,” said Andrew Dixon, specialist finance director at Aldermore.
Justin added: “The whole team is making an impact on a market which is too frequently underserved and often not well understood.”
Jordan stated that the bank was being “proactive in areas where other lenders are not”.
“Our diverse and adaptive approach to commerce, alongside the progressive and dynamic growth year-on-year, is something which appeals to me.”
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