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New specialist services team revealed at Amicus

22nd June 2017
"As we continue to evolve, it is important we align expertise with our clients’ needs"

Specialist short term property lender, Amicus Property Finance, has announced that it has created the new role of Head of Servicing & Portfolio Management and appointed Matthew Anderson to fill it.

Ben Jackson has been appointed as Portfolio Manager and Stuart Boag as Development Monitoring Manager. The appointments are to help deploy £500 million of available funding and further boost the firm’s business development opportunities.
The firm has seen a very strong first half of 2017 having provided more than £500 million of short term property loans last year, as it further expands its customer base among brokers, professional landlords and developers seeking finance for residential and commercial real estate assets.
Matthew joined Amicus in 2016 and has specialised in generating new property development opportunities since 1996, firstly with Wintrust Securities Limited and then subsequently as a Director of Fincorp.

Stuart joined Amicus in 2016 and is a specialist in property finance transactions relating to commercial and residential investment, development and finance. Prior to Amicus, he was Assistant Lending Manager at Commercial Acceptances Limited (part of the Close Brothers Group) and Portfolio Manager at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Matt and Stuart will be joined by Ben Jackson who has nearly 20 years’ experience in property based lending, servicing and management. Ben previously worked at Hatfield Philips International where he managed a £2 billion portfolio of European real estate transactions. He has also worked at Commercial First Mortgages.

Keith Aldridge, Founder & Managing Director at Amicus Property Finance, said: “As we continue to evolve, it is important we align expertise with our clients’ needs. Matt and his team will enable us to deliver this objective, as with over £500 million to lend, we expect to be very busy across our key areas of auction, refurb and development, and anticipate a busy summer ahead.”

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