Graydon (pictured) is the lender’s second BDM hire in 2019 and the fourth in the last six months.
She has previously worked for Castle Trust Capital and Octopus Property and is experienced in the buy-to-let market bridging and commercial sectors.
Earlier this year MFS secured a new funding line from a global investment bank and reduced its minimum bridging loan amount to £100,000.
MFS CEO Paresh Raja said: “Samantha’s appointment comes at an exciting time for MFS. There is a clear market appetite for bridging loans, and with MFS having recently secured a new funding line, we have in-house funds ready to deploy.”
Graydon added that she had been impressed with MFS during her three years in the industry so far.