Aldermore boosts Asset Finance leadership team

POSTED: 8th March 2017
IN: Newsroom

Aldermore, the specialist bank, has announced the appointment of Rachel Lintott as Head of Internal Sales and Support for Asset Finance.

Rachel has over 16 years of experience within financial services, beginning her career with Lombard in 2001, before spending the last 13 years supporting the development of Deutsche Leasing’s UK business.

During her time at Deutsche, Rachel held several senior management roles, including establishing and running the internal sales division to oversee all major vendor accounts. More recently, she focused on managing Deutsche’s largest vendor relationship in the UK.

In her new role, Rachel will be responsible for managing the internal broker sales and support teams, overseeing relationships with a number of Aldermore’s major broker partners.

Rachel will report to Patrick Jelly, Commercial Director for Asset Finance, and will join the Bank’s Asset Finance Senior Leadership Team. She will be based in Aldermore’s Reading office.

Rachel Lintott, Head of Internal Sales and Support for Asset Finance at Aldermore, said: “Aldermore has made significant inroads into the asset finance market in recent years and I’m looking forward to playing a part in the division’s continued growth. I’m very keen to bring my own knowledge and expertise to an already talented team, as we continue to support SMEs across the UK to access the vital funding they need to achieve their business objectives.”

Patrick Jelly, Commercial Director for Asset Finance at Aldermore, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Rachel to Aldermore. She joins us shortly after Stewart Good who now leads our Manufacturer and Services business. Alongside Stewart and Dean Spencer, who is responsible for our external-facing broker business, we have an extremely capable and experienced asset finance leadership team and are well-placed to continue the success of the Asset Finance division in driving the Bank’s growth and delivering flexible funding solutions to the UK’s SMEs.”


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Ian Burge, Aldermore
Phone:          0207 553 4292

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