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|Aldermore announces key business finance appointment in Southern region|
|Wednesday, 22 February 2017|
Aldermore, the specialist lender and savings bank, has further increased its presence in the South of the UK with the appointment of Graeme Elliot to its Invoice Finance team.
Graeme joins as a Business Development Manager and reports to Stuart Baty, Head of Business Development – South, Invoice Finance.
With over twenty years’ experience providing finance to SMEs, Graeme joins from RBS where, from 1994, he built a career in senior portfolio management and held business development roles in both the corporate banking and invoice finance divisions.
Graeme Elliot, Business Development Manager, Invoice Finance at Aldermore, comments on his new role: “With a focus on bespoke and personalised business solutions, Aldermore is the perfect fit for me. As I take on this new challenge, I look forward to using my extensive experience to provide funding solutions to businesses which are playing their part in driving the UK economy and value a sensible, human approach to their banking relationship.”
Stuart Baty, Head of Business Development – South, Invoice Finance, at Aldermore, said: “Graeme’s background in invoice finance and his career spanning more than two decades makes him ideally placed to take our business development offering forward, and I am delighted to have him on board. By bolstering our team in the South, we are further strengthening our invoice finance capability for the benefit of growing SMEs across the region.”
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