The Association of Short Term Lenders has elected a new executive committee with representatives from Central Bridging, Amicus, Masthaven, Hope Capital and Roma Finance.
Allan Kay, managing director of Alternative bridging, will continue his membership from previous years, while he will be joined by Brian West, head of sales at Central Bridging, Keith Aldridge, managing director of Amicus, Jon Hall, director of Masthaven, Jonathan Sealey, chief executive and founder of Hope Capital and Scott Marshall, lending director at Roma Finance.
Benson Hersch, chief executive of the ASTL, said: “I am confident that the new committee’s experience and knowledge will continue to build on the success we’ve made in recent years. Having new committee members will help to inject a new perspective into the ASTL, bringing fresh ideas and impetus.
“The six appointed committee members aim to improve the level of support the trade body provides its members, help to further increase the association’s profile and assist in raising the high standards of the bridging industry.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank previous members Andrew Bloom, Steve Marsh, Mark Posniak, Alan Margolis and Wyn Morrell who all helped continue to drive the association forward. Thanks also to Allan Kay whose continued support will be much appreciated.”
Allan Kay, managing director of Alternative Bridging, said: “The ASTL is continuing to go from strength to strength and I am once again looking forward to contributing to its achievements in the bridging sector.”