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Career Opportunity

London Credit, a well-established Bridging Finance company is looking
to recruit a dynamic Business Development Manager to join their
expanding team based in London

As a Business Development Manager you will be responsible for the following:

  • Proactively seeking new business opportunities by means of networking and referrals
  • Build relationships with key clients and professional sector contacts
  • Originate bridging loan applications and manage the applications right through to completion
  • Assess each case against the Company’s lending criteria
  • Liaise with the Underwriting team to ensure each case is successfully completed
  • Represent the Company at trade shows, industry functions and relevant corporate events

Skills and Quali?cations:

  • Understanding of the Bridging Finance industry
  • Sales and Lending experience in a ?nancial services environment
  • 3-5 years of work experience
  • Have existing relationships with mortgage brokers and intermediary
  • Highly skilled communicator with excellent presentation skills
  • Fluent English
  • Greek language would be considered an advantage

What we offer:

  • Excellent remuneration package including travel allowance
  • Monthly Commission based on loans originated
  • Workplace pension
  • Pleasant working environment

To apply please email your CV to

30 November 2017


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