Roma Finance is delighted to announce the growth of the team with eight new appointments and three promotions following continuous record breaking months.

Alan Collins and Saffron Abbot have both joined the business development team; Alan in the mid-South of England and Saffron in the North of England and Scotland.

Alan joins the business from Market Financial Solutions and is a bridging and commercial specialist while Saffron has a decade of significant property experience.

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Kai Shahban has strengthened the underwriting team, joining the RomaFLOW crew as the service is enhanced.

Kai has a wealth of experience in the commercial market and is already demonstrating her excellent decision making skills at speed.

Roma also welcomes Adam Bates as business architect.

Adam joins the newly formed ‘change team’, reporting into Michael Allison, operations director.

The business has developed significantly and doubled the loan book in the past nine months.

To continue this trajectory, a major focus has been placed on improving technology, processes and systems.

Promotions have been made internally as part of the change team, Beth Brook to business analyst, Jenny Gillies to engagement and HR specialist and Tina Parry to data quality lead.

The short term property finance market remains a thriving arena. Roma Finance is bringing in the best talent to ensure it delivers its commitments to partners and borrowers.

This culture of success, collaboration, agility, learning and teamwork is essential and Roma has also made appointments across the rest of the business.

Alisha Chu has joined sales support, Claire Taylor and Nicola Cox have both joined customer services & collections and Clare Greenhalgh has joined the executive team.

Michael Allison, operations director at Roma Finance added:

“I am delighted to welcome every new Roma team member and am thrilled with the construction of the change team, developing people within the business to maximise their full potential.

We love to lend and we are ongoing in our improvements to support our partners and borrowers and provide a truly more extraordinary experience.”

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