Mint welcomes four new hires to the team
We’re delighted to announce further strengthening of the Mint team, with the creation of four new positions within our fast-growing business.
The appointments, the latest in a series of new hires, follow a period of sustained, significant business growth, satisfying demand whilst positioning the company well for the next phase of expansion.
Leading the list of new recruits and responsible for the ongoing strategic and financial direction of the business is Joseph Haworth, who joins as Finance Director.
Formally Managing Director at private equity group Latium, and Director and Trustee of Motherwell Cheshire – a charitable incorporated organisation committed to promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in women, he is a significant hire for Mint Property Finance, bringing over 20 years’ business and finance expertise to our senior team.
Also contributing over two decades of knowledge to the business is Portfolio Manager Rachel McIver. Based in Yorkshire, Rachel joins Mint Property Finance from heavyweight Lloyds Banking Group, where she built extensive knowledge of retail and commercial banking. She has a proven track record of developing and maintaining strong customer relationships.
The company also welcomes Samuel Williams and Bethany Clawson, both of whom join Mint’s Underwriting Support team.
Speaking on the appointments, Founder and Managing Director of Mint Property Finance, Andrew Lazare, said: “Investing in the right team is a key part of our growth strategy. As we continue to expand our breadth of market-beating products and our geographic reach both in Scotland and the South, it’s important that we also expand the breadth of our team.
“Joseph, Rachel, Samuel and Bethany, bring to the business not only proven and extensive sector expertise, but a genuine passion and commitment to the industry. They’re incredibly talented and a great fit with our team, we’re delighted to welcome them to the Mint Property Finance family.”
All four start with immediate effect, joining Mint’s 50-strong team. The appointment come as we prepare to launch the latest in our series of market-beating ‘Power Products’, further raising the bar of specialist finance lending.