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Alternative Bridging appoints Gavin as sales head

  • 09/04/2024
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Alternative Bridging appoints Gavin as sales head
Alternative Bridging Corporation (ABC) has promoted Paul Gavin to the role of head of sales, where he will manage the business development manager (BDM) team.

Gavin has been with ABC since 2022, initially joining as BDM, a role he held for around two years before becoming head of sales for the Northern division in 2023.

Prior to that, he was a BDM for the North at Glenhawk for just under a year, and before that, he was BDM at HS Credit for around two years.

He was previously a BDM at Oblix Capital and a relationship manager at Amicus Finance for over a year.

Gavin spent over a decade at Bank of Ireland, initially as an assistant relationship manager for around three years before taking on a relationship manager role for the remaining seven years.

Jonathan Rubins, director at ABC, said: “Paul has been an invaluable member of our sales team, consistently demonstrating leadership qualities, and a deep understanding of our market. His dedication and commitment have not gone unnoticed, and we are confident that under his leadership, our sales department will continue to flourish.”

Gavin added: “I’m delighted to have been promoted to head of sales at ABC. I have now worked in residential and commercial property finance for more than 17 years, so I can talk with experience when I say how impressed I have been by the dynamic approach to property lending and unrivalled client focus from the team here.

“We work collaboratively with brokers to identify the best solutions for their clients, and I’m looking forward to working with all our BDMs to help even more intermediaries experience the benefits of working with ABC.”

The firm has been growing its team over the past year, recently hiring Leigh Harwood as part of its underwriting team.

The company has also promoted Daniel Smith to the role of BDM and hired Claire O’Brien as head of underwriting.

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