Senior finance professional Scott Bradley has been appointed by Begbies Traynor to lead its expansion into the commercial finance brokerage market.
Scott was previously regional sales director at commercial finance provider Ultimate Finance in Manchester. He has also held senior posts at Bibby Financial Services and Altus Global Capital LLP.
Scott’s role at Begbies Traynor will be to guide clients across the UK to a range of funding facilities including short-term finance, invoice factoring, alternative finance and other cashflow options provided by brokers and funders.
Gary Lee, partner at Begbies Traynor, said:
“In Scott we have appointed someone who is well connected in the national commercial finance sector. Scott has a first class knowledge of the funding and broker marketplace.
“This senior appointment re-affirms our commitment to clients that we will secure the best deals on finance for them when they are undergoing restructuring, refinancing or other strategic adjustments to their business.”
Scott Bradley, director of brokerage services at Begbies Traynor, added:
“I’m delighted to join Begbies Traynor. There is a huge opportunity for more growth in this area of the Group’s business . I’m excited by the national footprint Begbies Traynor has in the SME marketplace.
“It means that we’ll be able to connect the right funders and brokers with our clients and continue to grow our network of trusted referral sources and professional contacts. I’m looking forward to building on my existing longstanding relationships in the marketplace and generating new ones.
"Im looking forward to building on my existing longstanding relationships in the commercial finance marketplace and generating new ones for Begbies Traynor. "
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