Brickflow – the UK’s first comparison site for development finance – has appointed Tim Noble Lending Director and Chris Meyer, Key Account Director.
The appointments enable Brickflow to increase the number of lenders plugged into its platform and extend its support to professionals working within the property development sector.
Tim has 40 years’ banking experience, the last 30 of which have been spent providing residential development finance to UK housebuilders. During his career, Tim held senior positions with Paragon Bank, Bank Leumi, Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander and Close Property Finance.
Chris has 28 years’ experience in providing funding support services to practices, firms and brokers in the professions and insurance sector. During his career, Chris held senior sales roles with an Alternative Investment Market-listed provider of funding solutions, a French high-end fashion finance business and Premium Credit Limited.
Since its launch on 30 October, 29 lenders have joined Brickflow – the only digital platform to connect borrowers and lenders in seconds.
In addition to his brief to add new lenders and increase funding opportunities for developers, Tim says he’s well-placed to help new borrowers using the platform: “My years as a development finance lender means I can advise developers on their loan requirements, help with online applications and manage applications so they secure the most suitable funding for their projects.”
Chris is equally keen to share his expertise with the wider market: “I’ll ensure professionals with clients who have difficulties accessing funding are signposted to this unique solution – where tech and expert knowledge come together to offer a top draw selection of lenders and support from industry experts.”
Tim describes Brickflow as a win, win scenario: “On one side are developers who need finance and can present their project proposals to nearly 30 lenders at the click of a button, and on the other, lenders who benefit from receiving loan applications from new clients whose proposals already meet their lending criteria.”