Mint Property Finance welcomes Hannah Lamb as Bridging Underwriter
Mint Property Finance has this week welcomed Hannah Lamb to the business as a Bridging Underwriter, increasing capacity to continue to exceed borrower requirements.
Joining from Fluent Money, Hannah has worked in the financial services sector since 2017, and is now making the move from brokerage to lender.
The hire follows a recent flurry of new arrivals, with the company having recently appointed Steve Smith as Head of Sales as well as Simon Micklethwaite as Senior Business Development Manager.
Hannah began her career at Nationwide Building Society after completing a Master’s degree. Following this, she joined Fluent Money as a Loans Officer and quickly completed her CeMAP Diploma training. This enabled Hannah to become a Second Charge Advisor, before moving into a Bridging Adviser role in April 2022.
In Hannah’s new role at Mint, she joins an accomplished Bridging Underwriting team led by B&C Power List winner, Adam Robson. She will be trained on the company’s Best-in-Class Underwriting principles whilst working on cases for Broker and Direct Borrower clients.
Adam Robson, Underwriting Team Leader – Bridging, said: “I am thrilled that Hannah is joining the team. She is bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to the role and I can’t wait for her to hit the ground running! Her appointment further bolsters what is already a strong team, meaning we’ll be able to underwrite even more cases!”
Hannah Lamb, Underwriter, commented: “Mint is a fast-growing company dedicated to doing the right thing and I am grateful to be given the opportunity to join the team. They have great products and are focused on delivering great service to their clients. I am joining a fantastic team and look forward to being a part of the continued success Mint has enjoyed over the last 12 years.”
Mint is an award-winning specialist lender, headquartered in Cheshire. Recognised as an honest, relationship-driven and flexible lender, the business has enjoyed year-on-year growth since inception in 2011 and recently reported its highest quarterly volume of enquiries.