Sirius Property Finance has continued to strengthen its team, with the recruitment of two new advisers, Charlotte Stanford, pictured above and Gary Smale, pictured below.
Charlotte joins the Sirius team in London from Clever Lending where she established a strong reputation as a specialist commercial and bridging adviser.
Gary joins the team in Manchester from Mortgage Advice Bureau and will support the continued growth of the bespoke and specialist property finance broker.
In October, Sirius signaled its expansion plans with a move to new, larger offices in Manchester and London with three times the capacity of its previous space, top-end features and facilities. It quickly followed this with the announcement that Geoff Vickers, a former Business Development Director at Lloyds Banking Group, had joined its growing commercial real estate and SME finance team.
Rob Jupp, Group CEO of Brightstar Financial and Sirius Finance, says:
“It’s another coup for Sirius Finance and the Brightstar Group, as we continue to recruit high calibre people from across the industry. We’re looking forward to adding more new faces in the coming weeks and I’m expecting up to 10 new joiners between now and the end of the year, to strengthen teams across the group and put us firmly on the front foot heading into 2020.”
Nicholas Christofi, Co-Founder at Sirius Property Finance, says:
“At Sirius, we’ve built our growth by distinguishing ourselves over other finance brokers. We are only able to do this with a steadfast commitment to the targeted recruitment of some of the best people that our industry has to offer, and we will continue to take this approach as we further grow in the future.”
Adele Turton, Co-Founder at Sirius Property Finance, comments:
“We started Sirius Manchester just over 18 months ago and, in that time, we have gone from strength to strength. A significant element of our success is the quality of the people we recruit, and we will continue to build a versatile, dynamic team to meet the bespoke and complex finance requirements of investors and developers from all over the country.”