He joins the treasury team to support the head of finance, Rob Graham, with all financial accounting and operational reporting for the lender’s growing loan book. In addition, he will aid the credit team as they continue to streamline processes.
Benjamin was previously finance manager with London based CKH Innovations Opportunities Development, and is a fully qualified chartered management accountant.
Benjamin Donelien said: “Having admired Octane’s growth and vision from afar, joining was an easy decision,”
“I look forward to contributing to Octane’s continued growth and developing my own skillset.
“The ambition and culture of the company is inspiring, and I’m excited to get started.”
Jonathan Samuels, CEO at Octane, added: “Rob and Benjamin’s combined experience in modelling and analysis will be crucial in giving us the intelligence we need as we scale up and edge towards our second billion of lending.
“Benjamin’s help in evolving and adapting our processes will stand us in good stead as we target our next phase of growth.”
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In August, Octane Capital boosted its team with three new hires, to help increase market share and improve service levels. Mike Allen was appointed as internal business development executive, and both Joshua Carmody and Tuathla Underwood as credit analysts, to support the credit team.