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Finanze restructures executive team to gear up for growth

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  • 14/02/2024
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Finanze restructures executive team to gear up for growth
Financial services firm Finanze has made a raft of promotions in its executive team to support its “continued growth and expansion”.

Alastair Hoyne, founder and chief executive of Finanze Group, will become the executive chairman and will focus on guiding the firm’s strategic direction, which includes positioning it as a leader in the financial and property investment sectors and growing its lending arms within Finanze Capital, which last year joined Connect for Intermediaries’ lender panel.

He founded the firm in 2021, and before that was chief executive at Candid Group Asia and founder of Candid Properties in 2014.

Hoyne has also worked at Korea Investment Holdings, Trans Global Partners and Standard Chartered Bank.

Paul Kermath will become chief executive and will oversee the company’s day-to-day operations and drive the execution of its strategic objectives.

Kermath has worked at the company since October as chief operating officer (COO), and before that was at Elysium Bridging for nearly three years. He has also held roles at Market Financial Solutions and FundingSecure.

Patricia McGirr will be promoted to COO and will be responsible for enhancing operational efficiencies and supporting the company’s ambitious plans.

McGirr has been with Finanze since October and is also the founder of Repossession Rescue Network, which has been running for over two years.

Hoyne said: “These leadership changes mark a significant milestone in our journey. I am confident that, with Paul and Patricia in their new roles, we are exceptionally well-positioned to build on our achievements and drive Finanze Group towards even greater success.”

Kermath added: “I am honoured to lead Finanze Group in its next phase of consolidation. Together with our talented team, we will continue to innovate and provide our clients with unparalleled financial and property investment services.”

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