Roz Cawood joins Hope Capital
Hope Capital has announced the appointment of Roz Cawood as director of sales.
The recruitment of Roz is part of the company’s expansion strategy following an extremely successful year, with significant growth in enquiries and completions over the last 12 months.
Roz joins Hope Capital from Masthaven Bank and in her new role will be responsible for leading her sales team, devising sales strategies and implementing them to meet the diverse needs of brokers and their clients. In addition, Roz will be working closely with the other directors in the business to introduce and manage new key accounts to ensure Hope Capital achieve its targets. Roz has delivered exceptional results in her previous roles and is looking forward to continuing this success in her new position.
Roz has an outstanding reputation in the specialist finance industry and was recently recognised as a ‘Bridging Loan Diamond’, a scheme which acknowledges certain individuals who have gone above and beyond to support their clients.
Roz Cawood, director of sales at Hope Capital, commented: “I am delighted to be joining Hope Capital, during a time when there is such a huge demand for their innovative bridging finance products and as they are experiencing a surge in enquiries and completions. This is a fantastic opportunity and I look forward to delivering results alongside my team and achieving the strategic goals of the business using my skills and experience.”
Gary Bailey, managing director of Hope Capital, added: “I am thrilled to welcome Roz into our team. Roz has a fantastic track record and will be a huge asset to Hope Capital. We focus our recruitment strategy on securing talented individuals who share our passion for personal development and sustained success.”
In addition to the new appointment, Hope Capital has recently carried out a product revamp, which includes reducing commercial rates significantly from 0.90% to 0.80% per month.
The firm also launched a new product range, the Capital Collection, for all property types. These changes have been introduced to meet the needs of brokers and borrowers and to enhance its competitive offering going forward.
The highly competitive Seventies Collection, with rates from 0.725% and up to 75% LTV remains available for loans on residential property.