Aldermore announces in-house training programme demonstrating its commitment to developing talent

POSTED: 24th June 2014
IN: Newsroom

Aldermore Asset Finance has developed a training programme for its 150 strong team as part of its strategy to build the best team in the asset finance industry.

The course will also be available to 50 of Aldermore’s asset finance brokers.

Aldermore’s aim in developing this bespoke two day training programme is to ensure that all of Aldermore’s junior and entry level asset finance staff have a solid grounding in the fundamentals of asset finance; the benefits relative to more traditional forms of finance and how solutions can be structured to benefit clients. In addition content will focus on the specific requirements underwriters look for in transactions, the basics of credit underwriting and challenges in the regulatory environment.

Commenting on the launch, Carl D’Ammassa, Managing Director of Asset Finance at Aldermore said:

“We are keen to build the best and most competent team in our industry. We are keenly aware of the need for every member of our staff, regardless of experience or role to build their knowledge base. Investing in this sort of programme is testament to Aldermore’s belief in investing in people and developing talent.

“Aldermore is committed to an introducer based distribution model and that’s why we are opening 50 places to our broker partners to help them build that next generation of commercial finance brokers. The asset finance industry is heavily intermediated, so it’s vital that we ensure the highest possible levels of understanding, not only amongst our staff, but also for those that conduct business within the industry.”

Aldermore’s first internal cohort is due to run through the programme in July and Aldermore will be contacting its broker panel shortly to provide more information on how they can participate in this programme.


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