Pilot Fish expands regional teams


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Pilot Fish Finance is pleased to announce the appointment of Ewan Clarke as Regional Director for Nottingham and Lincoln, along with the promotion of Robin Edlington to Regional Manager of Cambridge and the appointment of Mark Lynn as Finance Consultant for the East of England.

Ewan joins the team with an extensive background in business finance both in the lending and brokering space.

In his new role, Ewan will be responsible for growing and maintaining strong relationships with his introducer network across the East Midlands whilst supporting businesses and property developers with finance solutions.

Speaking of his appointment, Ewan said:

“I am excited to use my skills and experience across the lending and brokering space to provide the best solutions for our clients and introducers.

It’s an exciting time to join Pilot Fish as they expand regionally and I’m looking forward to sharing their offering in the Nottingham and Lincoln region”.

After four years supporting Pilot Fish clients with finance for recovery, turn around and growth, Robin Edlington takes on a new role as Regional Manager for Cambridge.

Robin will continue to provide business and property finance solutions whilst building and supporting the Cambridge introducer network.

Additionally, Mark Lynn joins the team as Finance Consultant for the East of England after an extensive career in business banking and business brokering.

Mark will continue to offer his introducers and customers finance advice across the lending landscape.

Richard Jones, CEO of Pilot Fish Finance said:

“We are delighted to have secured Ewan and Mark into our team. Ewan, Mark, and Robin have a wealth of experience and knowledge between them and will be a great asset as we strengthen our national presence.

Our team expansion comes at a time where businesses and developers increasingly need to explore all finance options available to them.

Our relationship led approach and passion for sourcing a bespoke solution places us in an ideal position to be able to help.”