Watts Commercial Finance appoints new commercial manager


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Watts Commercial Finance has announced the appointment of Matthew Murphy as their new Commercial Manager, responsible for overseeing operations in Chester, Wirral, North Wales and the surrounding region.

With a wealth of experience in banking, Matthew brings a fresh perspective and a proven track record of success to our team.

Matthew possesses over fourteen years of invaluable experience in the banking industry, culminating in his most recent seven-year tenure as a Corporate Relationships Director at HSBC.

Throughout this role, he adeptly navigated relationships for SME and Corporate clients across various sectors.

His extensive tenure in the banking sector has equipped him with a profound understanding of the financial landscape and a keen insight into the unique needs of businesses in the regions he served.

In his new role at Watts Commercial Finance, Matthew will be instrumental in driving growth and fostering strong partnerships with clients in Chester, Wirral and North Wales and beyond.

His expertise and dedication to client satisfaction will further strengthen our commitment to delivering exceptional financial solutions and support to businesses of all sizes.

Phil Gray, Managing Director at Watts Commercial Finance, said:

“We are delighted to welcome Matthew to the Watts Commercial Finance team.

His extensive experience and proven track record make him the ideal candidate to lead our operations in Chester, Wirral, North Wales and beyond. We look forward to leveraging his expertise to enhance our services and drive continued success in the region.”

Matthew Murphy added:

“I’m delighted to be joining Watts Commercial Finance and really looking forward to supporting businesses with their finance needs in my new role as Commercial Manager.

It’s a privilege to be joining such an experienced and successful team and I aim to use my own experience and network to help Phil and the team continue to grow the Watts Commercial business in these regions.”