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Redwood Bank boosts business lending team with new hires

  • 25/01/2018
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Redwood Bank boosts business lending team with new hires
Redwood Bank has appointed two new business lending specialists to support demand for its business mortgages, after launching last year.


The business bank for SMEs  has appointed Gareth Claxton (pictured) as business development manager (BDM) for the South and East, while Ciaran Kilheeney joins as BDM in the Warrington and North West team.

Claxton has more than 30 years of experience in high street and challenger banks.

He said: “I’ve been blown away with the team’s dedication to putting the customer at the centre of the decision-making process, as well as Redwood Bank’s commitment to building its broker panel, as well as actually lending to its business customers.

“I am very proud to join the South and East team at the beginning of its exciting journey.”

Kilheeney has worked in the industry for 13 years.

He said: “Redwood Bank is really making its mark in Warrington and the North West.

“I’m looking forward to helping our local SMEs and brokers achieve their development ambitions, as well as playing my part in the continued growth of Redwood Bank in the region.”

The lender’s commercial director, Graham Reynolds said: “We’re delighted to welcome Gareth and Ciaran to the team.

“Their considerable experience and reputations in commercial lending proceed them, and they are a great fit for Redwood Bank as we continue to deliver an exceptional and personal level of service to our customers and brokers in our local communities and beyond.

“The bank’s flexibility and highly personal underwriting services, combined with our new larger team, means we are better suited than ever to service our brokers and support our customers in helping them to make their very important decisions, fast.”

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