HTB adds bridging BDM for the North

His role will involve managing significant accounts and forging new partnerships with brokers across the region

HTB adds bridging BDM for the North

Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) has expanded its team with the addition of Anthony Gorman (pictured) as the bridging business development manager (BDM) for the North of England.

Born in Manchester, Gorman’s new role will involve managing significant accounts and forging new partnerships with brokers across the region.

His professional background includes a three-and-a-half-year stint at Mint Property Finance as a BDM, where he managed a broad network of intermediary partners. He also brings experience from Together, where his responsibilities mirrored those in his new role at HTB, focusing on developing adviser relationships.

The appointment, the specialist lending bank said, aims to bolster its regional outreach by providing targeted lending services through a dedicated local manager.

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“It’s great to have someone of Anthony’s experience that truly understands the bridging market and has the ability to grow strong broker relationships,” said Lorenzo Satchell, sales director of bridging finance at Hampshire Trust Bank.

“We’re looking to deliver truly local lending to the North and with the appointment of Anthony, we’re showcasing our commitment to the region. I’m looking forward to seeing Anthony become a big success.”

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Commenting on his appointment, Gorman shared his enthusiasm for joining HTB’s bridging team, acknowledging the collective expertise and commitment to broker support within the bank.

“My experience in the specialist lending sector, particularly in the bridging and refurbishment space, will allow me to bring real value to our intermediary partners operating in the short-term lending arena,” he said.

“The market is very much back and firing on all cylinders. I know my expertise in structuring cases and ensuring their success will help to push HTB further to the forefront of the bridging market.”

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