‘It’s essential to maintain a positive attitude in this industry’


Edward Gee CG&Co BW

In our latest five minute interview, Tony Sanchez speaks to Edward Gee, Partner at CG&Co.

Edward opened CG&Co in 2012, and over the past 11 years he has built the company to be regarded as experts in Property Receivership, having the capability to deal with default customers and return funds to lenders as swiftly as possible.

What is the best thing about being in the bridging and development finance business?

This sector is unique in that it is so fast paced, with daily demands always changing.

It is agile and it means that no two days are the same. It is also a great industry to build relationships in, I’m happy to say many of our clients have become friends now too.

What keeps you focused?

The satisfaction of a loan redeeming in full.

What qualities do you look for in your employees or colleagues?

It’s essential to maintain a positive attitude in this industry and really get stuck in with any task that may present itself.

The team at CG&Co are dedicated to providing high quality client service by constantly learning and adapting, which are key qualities we look for when building our team.

Are you an optimist or a pessimist?

Pessimist- always fear the worst.

What did you want to be as a child?

Sir Alex Ferguson

What will be the greatest challenge facing the bridging and development finance industry in the coming months?

Oversaturation and a race to the bottom on rates.

Who or what makes you laugh?

Last minute applications to court.

Do you dread Monday mornings?


If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?

My waistline.

With whom would you most like to have dinner?

Julia Roberts.