Hope Capital celebrates 10th anniversary


Hope Capital office

Specialist short-term lender, Hope Capital has marked its 10th year in business and is reflecting on the past decade, as well as looking ahead towards a very bright future.

Since being established in 2011, the firm has achieved exponential growth and achieved many milestones, including a current team of 22 highly committed individuals.

Jonathan Sealey, CEO of Hope Capital, commented:

“We’re delighted to reach our 10th birthday as this is testament to our success. Since 2011, we have worked with many brokers, clients and stakeholders and have successfully supported a significant number of borrowers in achieving their investment plans.

Reaching this milestone is also a great opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of our staff who have been instrumental in our growth.

Success boils down to the people within the business who execute the strategies and processes put in place, which is why I am so grateful to the team.”

Hope Capital is renowned for being a highly flexible lender and is dedicated to delivering innovative bridging loan solutions.

The firm offers a broad product range, which it has developed and evolved over the last ten years to meet the needs of a diverse range of borrowers, with products suitable for residential, commercial and mixed-use property.

This includes the Seventies Collection, for residential property, the Refurbishment Range for light to heavy refurbishment works, the Discounted Rate Loan and the new Development Exit Loan.

Throughout the last year, Hope Capital has also achieved a number of company records and experienced a significant increase in business volumes.

As a result, the firm is currently focusing on its long-term recruitment strategy, where Hope Capital is looking to secure additional talented individuals for the following roles: Business Development Manager, Portfolio Coordinator and HR Manager.

Jonathan Sealey, added:

“Hope Capital initially began as a one-man journey, when I discovered an opportunity in the market to launch a new bridging lending company. 10 years on, I would never have imagined the company would be where it is and achieving the success it does today.

As we look to enter a new space, we will continue our growth strategy of extending the team, so we are in the best position to meet business volumes and create more innovative products which meet the market demand.”