Leonard Curtis strengthens commercial finance team with new appointment
Professional services company Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group has appointed Rebecca Salt to its Reach Commercial Finance division to support UK operations.
Rebecca has taken up a business development team role in the Birmingham office covering the Midlands, with a remit to meet the region’s ongoing demand for commercial finance expertise.
She will play a key role in helping to build on Reach’s impressive 500+ transactions and £250m raised since August 2014. Rebecca will further strengthen the Leonard Curtis services offered amongst the accountancy network, SME owners, and lenders in the region.
Reach specialises in asset finance, equity finance, property and development funding, invoice discounting / factoring, term and VAT loans.
Rebecca brings with her eight years’ business development experience within the asset-based lending industry in the UK and American markets, with an extensive knowledge of invoice finance products. Her background provides a broad portfolio of key contacts which enable Rebecca to access the best solutions for her clients.
In her new role, Rebecca is responsible for understanding client requirements and reviewing options to find the best solutions to their funding problems. She will also provide an advisory role to Reach’s existing client book, looking at current finance agreements to ensure that they are working in the best interests of the clients and their business.
Rebecca, talking about her appointment said: “I have always enjoyed helping businesses find the most suitable finance solutions to help them thrive, and joining Reach Commercial Finance has enabled me to do this without limitations. I am proud to be a part of Leonard Curtis Group that provides so many solutions to help businesses.”
Gary Cain, director at Reach Commercial Finance, said: “Rebecca is a great addition to the team and further improves our presence in the Midlands. She is well respected in the industry and is already actively networking while expanding her contact base to support our clients. We wish her every success.”
Conrad Beighton, regional director at Leonard Curtis in Birmingham, added: “We are delighted to welcome Rebecca. She joins at a crucial time for us as we look to support businesses across the region facing continued financial and operational upheaval.”