Former Private Banking Manager Francesca Woodhouse has joined the short term property finance specialist Avamore Capital as a Senior Business Development Manager.
Francesca will bring more than 10 years of a diverse banking background, ranging from Business Banking and Credit Management to a Private Client Specialist. Geographically Francesca has worked in key cities such as London, Birmingham and Oxford, which sits well with Avamore’s geographical focus.
Francesca started her career at HSBC. After being approached by Clydesdale Bank, she moved to their Business & Private Banking office in Oxford, following which she took a Credit Manager Role based in Birmingham. Having always been exceptionally client centric, Francesca was delighted to be offered a role as a Private Banking Relationship Manager based in London. She proactively maintained and managed a portfolio of high net worth clients, creating effective commercial relationships, with additional focus in new client acquisition.
Francesca Woodhouse, commented: “Avamore Capital is a fast growing and exciting platform for short term property lending which has established an excellent track record in providing development, refurbishment and bridging loans to a wide variety of property developers, investors and entrepreneurs.
Michael Dean, Co-Founder at Avamore Capital, added: "We were delighted to hire someone with Francesca’s experience and level of professionalism. She brings top, top quality to the company. Her background and existing relationships are a strong asset and excellent fit within the business. We have extremely high hopes for Francesca and would encourage introducers, brokers and borrowers to reach out to her to assist you with their requirements.”
Adding someone such as Francesca to the team will enable us to achieve our stated aim of lending £100m by the end of 2018, particularly as her network should yield bigger transactions. Additionally, we have a further hire joining us at the end of the month, with further room for high quality individuals.”