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Lloyds Bank appoints two new directors to drive business growth in London and the South PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 12 March 2015

Lloyds Bank has appointed two new Directors of Business Development in London and the South, as it strengthens its support to mid-market businesses in the region.

A chartered accountant, James Marler joins Lloyds Bank’s Commercial Finance team from the Bank of London & The Middle East, with expertise in delivering tailored asset based lending and invoice discounting facilities to businesses looking for flexible funding solutions to help accelerate their growth plans.
James will use his advisory skills to work with mid-sized businesses in the region to deliver new lending solutions that may not have previously been explored. He is joined by Debbie Mead, who moves from RBS Invoice Finance and has over 30 years’ experience in trade and invoice finance. She specialises in structuring end to end tailor made solutions maximising cash availability and minimising risk to customers, often in tight timeframes.
The appointments bolster the Commercial Finance team to 20 people working across the region, increasing its presence as the economy continues to grow and firms look to embark on the next stage of their expansion strategies.
James Marler, Director of Business Development at Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance, said: “Many firms aren’t fully aware of the fluidity and the working capital boost that facilities like invoice discounting and asset based lending can provide, and I’m looking forward to exploring these funding avenues with both new and existing clients.
“Lloyds Bank is a leading provider of these funding solutions, and I’ll be working closely with the team to help mid-sized and private equity backed businesses in London and the South expand and enjoy continued success.”

Rebecca Horgan, Head of Region at Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance, said: “James joins us with a strong reputation for originating and structuring highly bespoke asset based lending solutions for medium sized businesses, and Deborah has a wealth of invaluable experience to support business growth.

“These additions to our team underpin our commitment to continuing to provide the highest quality of service to our clients in London and the South, whilst broadening the team’s capabilities in devising funding structures tailored to a client’s individual needs."

(Source - Lloyds Bank Press Release)


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