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Kuflink opens office in London as growth plans continue

  • 16/10/2018
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Following a period of expansion Kuflink has opened its second office with its first location in the City of London, .


This follows the launch of new products and new appointments as part of its growth plans. The lender has announced a move into first charge lending and into development finance.

In September, Kuflink appointed Nayan Kisnadwala as independent non-executive director, Terry Pritchard as head of origination and Ed Hounsell as chief marketing officer.

Kuflink’s CEO Narinder Khattoare said the firm’s headquarters will not move from Gravesend.

He added: “The area around Shoreditch, Hoxton and Old Street, or Silicon Roundabout as it’s becoming known, is Europe’s answer to Silicon Valley.

“Basing ourselves here will really help during the next phase of growth as the connections are great.”

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