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James Bloom departs as short-term lending MD at Masthaven

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  • 31/10/2019
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James Bloom departs as short-term lending MD at Masthaven
James Bloom, managing director of short-term lending at Masthaven, has stepped down from his role after three years with the lender.

 

Bloom joined Masthaven in 2016, when he was appointed managing director of its development finance division, the department he was tasked with establishing. 

He was appointed to head the short-term lending division in November 2017. 

A spokesperson for Masthaven said: “We can confirm that James Bloom will be leaving Masthaven at the end of October.    

“James has worked with dedication to help develop Masthaven’s short-term lending proposition and has overseen numerous product launches. We would like to thank him for his work and commitment to Masthaven’s vision. We wish him the best of luck. 

 

Changes at the top 

Earlier this week Masthaven reshuffled its senior department with new hires and internal promotions. 

Leigh Bartlett was appointed chief financial officer and executive director while managing director Jon Hall was made chief commercial officer and deputy chief executive.  

Furthermore, Tricia Halpin was promoted to chief people officer and Paul McCan was promoted to chief technology officer.

 

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