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New Welsh member for bridging committee.

CARDIFF.BASED Ben Lloyd of Pure Commercial Finance has been appointed as a new member of the Association of Bridging Professionals' executive committee. Alongside Mr Lloyd, Phil Gray of Watts Commercial Finance and Chris Treadwell of Enness Private Clients have also joined the committee.

The AOBP was launched back in 2010 to unite bridging professionals by acting as a trade body in the short-term finance industry. Its executive committee leads the association in its endeavours, using their unique industry relationships and insights to benefit all areas of bridging finance.

As the only executive member based in Wales, as well as the only member not located in England, the Pure Commercial finance managing director's appointment is part of the committee's plans to expand both its geographical spread and scope of commercial products and services.

It comes on the back of a successful 12 months for Pure Commercial Finance, which was named Best Bridging Broker at the 2017 Bridging & Commercial Awards in June. Mr Lloyd was also named Young Dealmaker of the Year at the Dealmaker Awards 2016.

Mr Lloyd said: "Since inception, the AOBP has always stood for higher standards in the industry and acted to provide a focus point for the industry to talk to government and regulators.

"I look forward to building on the vital work undertaken by previous committee members and push forward the Association's exciting agenda on behalf of its members."

An AOBP spokesperson said: "We are delighted to welcome Ben Lloyd to the executive committee, along with our other new members. Ben's experience of the market and the enthusiasm he brings to the role will be vital assets to the AOBP and its membership. The new committee is fortunate to be able to harness the array of talent that our new members represent."


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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jul 26, 2017
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