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Assetz Capital hires relationship director to bridging team

Assetz Capital has appointed Adam Bluma as relationship director of the bridging and intermediary portfolio team.

Bluma (pictured) joined NatWest’s peer-to-peer lending platform, where he worked as a team leader in real estate finance and spent 11 years in a variety of personal and commercial banking roles.

At Assetz Capital, he will support colleagues and brokers in the UK from his base in the North West.

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“Assetz Capital’s ambition drew me to the company, and I felt that ambition in abundance in my first few days with the company,” said Bluma.

“I’m really looking forward to making an impact in the intermediary market with our real-world credit solutions and helping the team achieve great results.”

Read more: Assetz Capital is working on a £20m loan pipeline to meet investor demand

“Adam plays a key role in our growing bridging team and shares in our growth ambitions, so we are delighted to welcome him to Assetz Capital,” said Mark Standley, national commercial director at Assetz Capital.

“We are seeing a significant increase in financial activity in the near term, so his appointment comes at a good time as we target a billion loans per year for all our solutions.”

This follows several recent hires to Assetz Capital’s bridging team.

In September, the platform appointed Mehwish Mirza as senior relationship manager and in July it hired two relationship directors, Laleta Buctkuar and Colin Mottram.

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