Liquidity Club adds to team across the Midlands and North
Liquidity Club, the financial intermediary established to help SMEs raise funding in the ever-changing and increasingly complex finance world, has expanded its team in the Midlands and the North with two new hires.
Joining as Associate are Cameron Leitelmayer in the Birmingham office and Marcus Foster who will cover the northern region of England.
Cameron will be working across the Midlands assisting Liquidity Club’s David Totney, Paul Varley and Will Mason to provide bespoke finance solutions for SMEs.
Cameron is a part-qualified accountant having worked with The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley Police for three and a half years.
He said: “Joining Liquidity Club is a great new challenge for me. I’m pushing myself into the world of finance, with the knowledge that I have an experienced team around me.
“Using my background as an accountancy, I will be able to understand the financial position of a business, offering the best solution.
“I’m looking forward to meeting with businesses across the Midlands region.”
Meanwhile, Marcus will be working with commercial director Adam Simpson in the north to support SME businesses in gaining access to cashflow solutions.
Marcus graduated from York St John in 2017 with a degree in Marketing Management and has spent the last 18 months working for fellow financial intermediary firm in Yorkshire.
He said: “I joined Liquidity Club as I wanted to gain a technical understanding of the commercial finance market. I aim to bring enthusiasm and fresh ideas to my new role and help build on what has already been achieved in the region.”
David Totney, managing director at Liquidity Club, said: “Bringing through new, young talent is always satisfying and with Cameron and Marcus I’m sure we have two professionals who will make an impact in their respective regions as we continue to help SMEs across the UK grow and succeed in their ambitions.”