Avamore Capital, the London based short term and bridging finance lender, has grown its team in the Midlands with the addition of new originators. Tirath Singh joins the company to work alongside Andreas Yianni and Adam Butler as the first of two new hires.
Tirath will be responsible for leveraging relationships in the vicinity, and capitalising on his local knowledge as part of the expansion of Avamore’s coverage in the area. Previously, he was senior relationship manager at Assetz Capital.
Avamore will be announcing new hires across all departments shortly.
Tirath Singh said: “I am joining Avamore at an incredibly interesting time,”
“The market has renewed energy but, it’s really important to acknowledge that we aren’t in the same place we were pre-Covid.
“That means we need to be responsive to what the market actually needs and remain solution driven in our output.
“That’s the key point that stands out about Avamore, and I am really looking forward to bringing interesting products and dynamic options to my broker partners.”
Nikolay Petkov, principal at Avamore Capital, commented: “Avamore has had a strong start to the year, and we are really excited to see the value Tirath is going to add to the business.
“Ensuring broader regional coverage has been on our agenda for a while now and so we’re delighted to have brought someone into the business that has strong local knowledge and relationships, as well as a prior understanding of how to match projects with high potential to a lender’s credit appetite and parameters.”
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Avamore recently provided new loans in Wales and England, after expanding last year. The team was grown after receiving additional funding and the former Head of Underwriting at Avamore Capital, Philip Gould, was made a Principal.