Bridge Help appoints new BDM
Bespoke bridging loan provider, Bridge Help, has further strengthened its business development team with the appointment of Mo Miah.
Bringing 11 years’ experience with major high street banks and building societies, Mo joins Bridge Help’s team of regional business development managers.
His appointment follows significant growth for Bridge Help during 2021 in which the short-term lender exceeded its own projections, lending more than £23m.
Based in north London, Mo will be working alongside Bridge Help’s business development team managing broker and lender relationships throughout the country.
Making the move from a high street lender background, Mo is looking forward to the challenge of working with Bridge Help which specialises in complex deals that mainstream lenders traditionally avoid.
He said: “I’m passionate about helping people and providing great customer service, that’s why I got into this sector. Working at Bridge Help is a great opportunity for me to develop broker relationships and work alongside them throughout the loan process from initial enquiry to securing funds. That is a very exciting prospect for me.”
Welcoming Mo to the team, Chris Sellars, chief executive of Bridge Help said: “We’re delighted to welcome Mo onboard. Developing and maintaining strong broker relationships is at the heart of what we do and a key reason why we can make what seems like an impossible deal, possible.”
Mo added: “Bridge Help takes a refreshing approach to commercial lending and I’m excited to be part of it. I already feel like I’m very much part of the team.”
Outside work, Mo is kept busy with his two young children, spending time with his wife and his extended family. When he does get time to himself, he enjoys playing 5-a-side and 8-a-side football.