Saturday, June 25, 2022

Sterling Commercial Finance strengthened with commercial banker, super-connector & bearded wonder

Sterling Commercial Finance Ltd, a 20 year established Commercial Finance Brokerage, has further strengthened its Midlands team with the appointment of experienced commercial banker Matt Lobb.

Matt will be responsible for assisting businesses in the East Midlands to access commercial finance, through Sterling’s panel of lenders.

Matt brings over 15 years’ financial services experience to the role having held positions at Euler Hermes and most recently HSBC Bank, where he was Relationship Manager, responsible for developing new customer relationships and portfolio management across the region.

David Griffiths, Managing Director at Sterling, said: “We are delighted to welcome Matt to the team as demand for finance across the East Midlands continues to increase.

“He brings a wealth of regional knowledge and experience and an excellent track record of supporting local SMEs. This new appointment increases our strength and representation in Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Nottinghamshire, where Matt has many strong connections.

“As the economy recovers, we continue to add respected professionals to the team, with the ability and experience to support businesses and property investors in the East Midlands. Our consultants continue to play a valuable role in supporting clients with their funding requirements.”

Matt Lobb added: “I have known and done business with Sterling for over 10 years, where a client focused approach has always resulted in positive outcomes.

“With my professional experience in commercial finance and knowledge of property related funding, I’m as happy as a bearded clam to be joining the team at Sterling.

“In having access to over 200 lenders, I’ll be able to continue providing support and financing solutions to businesses and property professionals throughout the Midlands.”

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