Originally from Newcastle, he has a well-established professional network and will continue to build on the lender’s success from his new location.
Paul will be looking to partner with professional developers in the region to provide loans typically between £5m and £35m.
He has extensive industry experience, having worked for several years at LendInvest as senior financial analyst before joining Puma Property Finance in 2018.
Prior to this, he was a consultant in PwC’s actuarial department, where he spent nearly five years.
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Paul said he was delighted to be expanding Puma’s activity in the North West.
“We’ve completed a number of loan facilities in the region, and I'm looking forward to building on this growth even further in the years ahead,” he added.
David Kaye, CEO at Puma Property Finance, commented: “This move marks a strategic investment into the region and underlines our commitment to further strengthen our national lending activity.
“We continue to see a number of compelling development projects across the country, and Paul is well placed to capitalise upon and grow our existing pipeline of new deals in the region.”