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Tuscan and Kuflink announce director appointments – round-up

  • 05/07/2022
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Tuscan and Kuflink announce director appointments – round-up
Tuscan Capital has appointed Richard Deacon as its new sales director while Kuflink has announced the appointment of Ranjit Narwal as head of origination.

Kuflink, a Kent-based bridging lender, said Narwal would help build its presence in the intermediary-focused short-term lending market.

Narwal (pictured), will report to Kuflink’s chief executive Narinder Khattoare and  joins the lender with over thirty five years’ experience in financial services.

He started his career in life insurance sales before moving to the mortgage market and learning all aspects of mortgage lending. He then concentrated on underwriting at specialist lender Mortgage Express and then within broker sales at IGroup. Narwal also has hands on experience of the second charge channel with Endeavour Personal Finance.

Khattoare said: “Kuflink started life as a bridging lender in 2012 and has grown organically. In 2016, we launched our P2P platform to attract private investors to fund the bridging loans we offer.

“Its success means that we can now concentrate on growing our presence in the intermediary bridging market, which is why I am delighted to welcome Ranjit Narwal, who is charged with developing our introducer base and bringing the Kuflink brand to a wider broker audience.”

Narwal said: “Kuflink historically has a strong reputation for getting bridging and development finance cases done but had become something of a well-kept secret for brokers in the know, as the business concentrated on developing its P2P platform.

Kuflink is one of very few bridging lenders that does not rely on corporate funding and has a close knit team with a huge amount of lending experience. These are the reasons why I am so excited to be asked to join and take on the role of turbocharging Kuflink’s short term lending presence in the broker market.”


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