KSEYE appoints new BDM for South England & South Wales


Nathan Thorne

KSEYE has promoted Nathan Thorne to the role of Business Development Manager for South England and South Wales, where he will help brokers to deliver KSEYE’s fast and flexible bridging finance solutions to their clients.

Nathan joined KSEYE in 2012, beginning his time at the company as a Case Manager before moving to a Telephone Business Development Manager role in May 2023.

KSEYE has provided specialist property finance supported by a diverse range of funding sources since 2012, lending more than £600m in the process.

The lender gives brokers upfront certainty, with underwriter validated decisions within 24 hours on loans up to £2m, on terms that don’t change.

Access to an in-house legal team means KSEYE can often expedite conveyancing by highlighting any potential hurdles upfront and the lender has a proven track record in delivering finance for auction purchases.

Marcus Dussard, Sales Director at KSEYE, commented:

“Nathan’s natural ability to develop relationships and drive to work with brokers to deliver the most appropriate solutions to their clients is impressive.

I’ve worked with a number of talented Business Development Managers in my career, and Nathan has all of the skills to be up there with the best of them.

His new role will give him the opportunity to highlight KSEYE’s bridging solutions and high service levels to a wide range of brokers.”

Discussing his promotion, Nathan said:

“I’m excited by the opportunity to be more hands-on in meeting and establishing long-lasting relationships with brokers throughout the South of England and South Wales.

My experience as a case manager, working closely with our underwriters, has given me an appreciation of how complex bridging loans can get, and the importance of keeping strong communication with brokers throughout the process.

I’m looking forward to being out on the road, putting faces to the people I’ve been working with over the last 8 months, making new relationships, and helping them to deliver timely bridging loans to their clients.”