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Sanders to leave Fortwell Capital

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 10/04/2017
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Sanders to leave Fortwell Capital
Fortwell Capital CEO, Colin Sanders is leaving the specialist lender after six years.

Sanders (pictured) has been CEO since the CPC Group-owned real estate lender, associated with Christian Candy, launched as Omni Capital Partners in 2011.

After six hugely successful years, Colin Sanders is leaving Fortwell Capital.

The bridging, structured finance and buy-to-let loan business has lent over £1bn. In addition, Sanders established Omni’s sister company, Omni Capital Retail Finance, which was sold in January of this year to Castle Trust.

A statement from the firm said: “Under Colin’s stewardship, Omni Capital Partners re-branded as Fortwell Capital and transitioned its offering into larger short-term finance, structured finance and, specifically, development finance products.

“The Fortwell Capital board, led by executive director Dan Smith, wishes to extend its enormous gratitude to Colin for his leadership over the last six years and remains committed to continuing the Company’s support to borrowers, developers and investors seeking success in UK real estate.”

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