Leading commercial lending manager retires from Aldermore

POSTED: 19th November 2013
IN: Newsroom

Martin Thurlby, senior commercial lending manager, is to retire from Aldermore after over six years of service.

Martin has had a long and successful career in the commercial mortgage industry, having started his career at NatWest, and having held positions at US Bank Manufacturers Hanover (now JP Morgan Chase), National Bank of Canada, Commercial Mortgage Systems, Wilshire Financial Group and State Securities, among others.

In 2006, Martin joined Aldermore Group Commercial Director Mark Stephens in constructing the investment business case for the creation of the Anacap investment, Base Commercial Mortgages, which merged with Ruffler Bank to form Aldermore in 2009. Martin played a key role in the due diligence of Ruffler Bank during the merger processes.

Aldermore Commercial Mortgages Managing Director Rob Lankey says:

"Martin's contribution to Aldermore has been significant and he has played a major role in helping us to shape the commercial mortgage business we have today. We thank Martin for his dedication to Aldermore and wish him a long and pleasant retirement."

Martin Thurlby says:

"It has been very exciting to be an integral part of growing the business over the past few years. I am sure Aldermore will continue to grow with the great team of people who really care about the Bank, doing a good job and most of all, their customers."


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