Fluent appoints three senior managers

by: Christine Toner
  • 24/10/2017
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Fluent appoints three senior managers
Fluent Money Group has bolstered its team with three new appointments.

Kevin Cresswell, formerly a senior manager at Freedom Finance and Compass Finance, joins as underwriting development manager.

Paul Foster, previously a senior manager at Gopher Money, joins as senior partnership manager and Simon Knapper, who was finance director at TFL Seals Technology and had also been financial controller at Compass Finance, takes up the role of group financial controller, reporting to finance director, Mark Kilgallon.

Kevin Hindley, chief executive of Fluent Money, said: “Fluent Money Group is in a strong period of expansion and with a combined workforce of nearly 150, it is vital that the management team has the resources to direct and oversee business activity and the vital role played by all of our staff in those transactions with our customers and suppliers.

“We are fortunate to have been able to recruit Kevin, Simon and Paul at a time when their skills are most needed. Our plans for the future are dependent on the abilities of all of our people and harnessing those talents to their full potential can only happen if we have the right managers able to coax the best from our team.”

 

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