Nucleus Commercial Finance bolsters sales team with business development manager hire
Nucleus Commercial Finance has strengthened its business development team with the appointment of Bilal (Billy) Hussain.
Following successful roles at both Santander and CYBG as business development manager, and with almost a decade worth of experience within the financial and professional services industry, Billy has expertise in overseeing and delivering significant growth among both SME clients and introducer networks. Earlier in his career, Billy played an integral role in the development of the broker panel for the West Midlands at TSB.
In his new position at Nucleus, he will be responsible for spearheading growth of Nucleus’ proposition while also overseeing the corporate relationships with existing and prospective UK businesses, in particular SME clients. To support this ongoing activity and reach the growth objectives for this year and next, Billy will also be mining his own extensive network of SME contacts to support overall sales growth.
Billy is joining at a time of great expansion and will be driving the business development team to deliver on Nucleus’ progressive targets.
Billy Hussain joined Nucleus Commercial Finance at the end of August 2022 and is based in the London office.
Chirag Shah, founder and CEO, Nucleus Commercial Finance commented: “Billy’s appointment will add a real boost to our business development division, lending his significant experience and skills from working within the SME sector. We are committed to delivering dynamic access to finance and use market-leading fintech to ensure we’re always one step ahead of the competition – always with our customers at the centre of our decision-making.”
Billy Hussain, business development manager, Nucleus Commercial Finance commented: “With my prior experience within the SME and local business communities across the country, and Nucleus’ unique ability to meet the financial needs of businesses within a matter of minutes, we are in the most competitive position in the market today.”