Maslow Capital has announced seven new hires across origination, risk, marketing and operations to provide the necessary resources to grow the business.
Kevin Manners has been appointed as finance director and will take responsibility for operations, cash flow management and loan servicing. He has held a number of positions in the UK banking sector prior to joining Maslow.
Andrew Pinfield joins Maslow as head of risk to add further strength to the company’s underwriting and portfolio management capabilities. He brings to Maslow more than 25 years of banking experience, following successful tenures in property finance, risk, analytics and portfolio management, holding senior positions at RBS, Citi, HSBC and NatWest.
Michael Kearney will join the company’s origination team after more than a decade as an analyst and a portfolio manager with ANZ Banking Group in Australia.
Thomas Ahearne joins Maslow as a deal analyst from United Trust Bank, where he specialised in property development, before broadening his experience as an analyst within the structured finance group.
Wojciech Chrobak joins the business as a finance analyst from State Street Bank, where he was a manager in the performance and analytics team.
Karen Brown will join Maslow from the London Stock Exchange Group and brings more than a decade’s experience in developing and implementing a broad range of specialist systems for the financial services sector.
Gayleen Huggins has been appointed as Maslow’s marketing manager, overseeing the company’s external communications, marketing and advertising activity. Gayleen previously worked with MYJAR, an innovative fintech lending firm and for various property start-up brands founded by The Richmond Group.
Ellis Sher, co-founder and chief executive of Maslow, said: “Today’s appointments underline the long-term potential we see in the alternative lending sector.
“The experience that these new colleagues bring to Maslow is significant and will help us grow our origination sources and add operational capacity to handle the growth in our lending activities. We are very excited to have attracted such great talent.”