Mortgage and Property Investment Magazine Logo

HTB demonstrates commitment to the North with new appointment

by | Apr 11, 2024

Share this article

Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) has appointed Anthony Gorman as Bridging business development manager (BDM) for the North of England. 

Anthony’s appointment is a move which sees the bank grow its presence in the region to offer local lending via a dedicated BDM. 

Manchester born and bred, Anthony will be tasked with looking after key accounts, as well as building relationships with brokers new to HTB.

 
 

Anthony joins from Mint Property Finance, where he spent three and a half years as a BDM, managing a large network of intermediary partners, and having held a similar role at Together where he was responsible for building relationships with advisers.

Lorenzo Satchell, Sales Director of Bridging Finance, Hampshire Trust Bank, commented: “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. 

“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.”

 

Anthony Gorman, Business Development Manager, Hampshire Trust Bank, added: “I’m excited to be joining Lorenzo, Jamie and the wider bridging team at HTB. The experience within the team is immense and their drive to support brokers is really inspiring. 

“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. 

“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.”

 
 

Share this article

Related articles

FTBs paying 191% more than their parents did

FTBs paying 191% more than their parents did

New research from My Home Move Conveyancing, the UK’s largest conveyancing services firm, reveals that even after adjusting for inflation, the cost of getting on the ladder today is 191% higher for the average first-time buyer versus what their parents would have paid...

Sign up to the Mortgage and Property Newsletter

Trending articles

IFA Talk logo

IFA Talk Mortage and Property is the new addition to the IFA Talk podcast family, where we discuss the latest topics relevant to Mortgage and Property professionals.

IFA Talk Mortgage & Property Podcast