Gatehouse Bank Grows Its Residential Property Finance Team
LONDON – 30 October, 2017:
As part of its expansion into the Residential Property Finance sector, Gatehouse Bank is pleased to announce the following two appointments.
Sim Gill joins the bank as a Business Development Manager in the Residential Property Finance department. His experience of the non-UK resident market will assist Gatehouse’s entry into the residential finance sector. Sim was previously Ahli United Bank’s Islamic Finance Officer.
Mehraj Bari joins Gatehouse bank as a KYC Specialist in Residential Property Finance. He has many years of experience in KYC for different financial services sectors. Mehraj has previously worked at Lloyds Bank Commercial and most recently at Harrods bank as a KYC analyst.
Paul Stockwell, Gatehouse Bank’s CCO said:
“We are delighted to be bringing on-board specialists in Residential Property Finance. Their experience will be invaluable to the Bank.”
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