Signature Private Finance, the Birmingham-headquartered principal lender with a growing reputation in the short-term property finance market, is extending its reach with the appointment of Daniel Power as the firm’s Business Development Manager for the North of England.
With years of experience in bridging finance, following roles with Alternative Bridging Corporation, Mint Bridging Finance and Bridgebank Capital, Power proved the obvious choice for Signature as it looks to take its innovative range of property finance products to new markets.
Signature CEO Tony Gilbertson commented: “Danny has an unrivalled reputation for turning enquiries into loan offers. I’m confident his knowledge of the industry and our products, combined with his comprehensive network of brokers and introducers will deliver our own northern powerhouse.
“Our products and service are attracting attention, from property investors and industry heavyweights like Danny, who recognise a business on the rise when they see one. His appointment again demonstrates our ability to attract people with the skills and expertise to enhance Signature’s fast-growing reputation in the short-term property finance sector.
“Our success depends on telling more people about our products, our low rates, the high LTVs and the quick decisions Signature has become synonymous with. Now it’s up to Danny to get our message out to the market in the north and attract the new clients we need to meet our demanding growth targets. Power to the brokers.”
Power said of his appointment: “It’s a good time to be joining Signature Private Finance. They have a growing reputation and an exciting growth strategy based on good products and a great personal service. I feel a renewed optimism in the market now the Brexit vote is out of the way and business is returning to normal.
“There are going to be plenty of opportunities for property professionals in 2017 and with my connections and Signature’s products, I believe we have a bright future together. Signature is enjoying a surge in growth as traditional sources of finance remain difficult to access for many property developers and investors.
“The Signature offering is shaped by a genuine understanding of every aspect of property development, not just the raw figures on a balance sheet. It’s good to be part of a business that works hard to find ways to lend, rather than reasons to disappoint property investors.”
Signature Private Finance is building a reputation for competitive rates, with a current short-term bridging rate of just 0.45% and an ability to provide access to funds quickly and easily, which gives clients a significant advantage in an increasingly busy property market.