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Aldermore appoints Head of Business Development

POSTED: 29th January 2018
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Aldermore, the specialist bank, has announced the expansion of its Asset Finance lending team with the appointment of Nick Dudley as Head of Business Development for Dealer Services, a newly created role within the Bank’s Business Finance division.

Nick will be responsible for partnership accounts across a variety of industry sectors, with particular focus on transportation and construction which will complement the Bank’s growth ambition across the Manufacturer and Dealer Services platform. He will also play a key role in developing new products to meet  growing customer demand.

Nick has over 25 years’ experience working within the asset finance industry, where he has held a number of senior positions with companies including Hitachi, ING, GE Capital and  Close Brothers.

Nick will be based in Aldermore’s Reading office and will report directly to Stewart Good, Head of Manufacturer and Dealer Services.

Commenting on his appointment, Nick Dudley, said: “This is a great opportunity to build on existing relationships and develop best-in-class products and services to meet the changing needs of customers. I look forward to using my experience to ensure greater efficiency, effectiveness and productivity to better serve customers by offering more complete solutions.”

Stewart Good, Head of Manufacturer Dealer Services, said: “Nick’s extensive experience will be instrumental in helping us move into the next phase of growth. As a business we are committed to providing the best products and services to our customers and Nick’s experience will support this. Nick will be a real asset to the team and I am delighted to welcome him to Aldermore.”

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For further information, journalists can contact:

Carmel McCarthy, Aldermore
Phone:            020 3553 4216
Mobile:            07464 644754
Email:             carmel.mccarthy@aldermore.co.uk

Twitter:          @aldermorenews

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