UTB expands development team with senior appointments

UTB expands development team with senior appointments

United Trust Bank has made three senior appointments to its Development Finance Division.

Paul Turton has joined United Trust Bank as Head of Sales for the Development Finance division. Paul will be working closely with Division Head Noel Meredith to further raise the Bank’s profile amongst developers, finance brokers and other associated professionals around the country.

Huw Jenkins has joined UTB as Property Development Manager from Bank of Ireland and will be developing UTB’s business and relationships in the North

Paul Flannery, Property Development Manager, will be helping UTB to increase its presence and lending to developers in the London area.

Commenting on the appointments Noel Meredith, Executive Director of United Trust Bank, said:

“I’m delighted to welcome Paul Turton, Huw Jenkins and Paul Flannery to the Bank. They will be great assets to the Development Finance team and help us to continue to build awareness of UTB and introduce the Bank’s products and services to even more brokers and developers across the UK. Our aim is for UTB to be the first-choice lender for house builders and developers when building homes and investing in communities where people want to live and work.

“This investment in the team follows the Bank recently securing an ENABLE guarantee from the British Business Bank which greatly increases our capacity to lend and we are keen to talk to house builders across the country looking for an experienced and competitive finance partner. UTB is committed to supporting SME house builders for the long term through any challenges Brexit or economic uncertainty may bring. We will continue to provide innovative funding solutions and invest in experienced and talented people who can help UTB to succeed in becoming the UK’s leading specialist development finance lender.”


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