Wayne Lee returns home to Mint Property Finance
Mint Property Finance has welcomed Business Development Manager (BDM) Wayne Lee back to the business.
It’s a significant move for the highly qualified BDM, who re-joins the leading specialist finance lender from Hope Capital, and one he says is “like coming home.” He first worked with Mint in 2015, overseeing the business’s client relationships for almost two years. In his new role as Business Development Manager, he will be responsible for managing and developing relationships with brokers and borrowers, as well as extending routes to market, as the company continues to realise its ambitious and rapid expansion plans. He starts with the business today (April 26).
Speaking on Wayne’s appointment, Mint Property Finance Director, Paul Wertheim, said: “We couldn’t be happier to welcome Wayne back to our Mint family. “From the moment we started to restructure our sales and marketing team in Q4 last year, we were clear we wanted Wayne to be a part of our plans and future.
“His industry knowledge is exceptional and his experience of working with direct borrowers, as well as finance brokers, will be a real asset to the business as we move forward with our ambitious plans for expansion.
“Not only is Wayne extremely well respected in the industry, he is also a great guy to work with and I am confident that our clients, partners and existing colleagues will enjoy working with him. “He played a strong and valuable role in the early stages of the company’s development and we know he’s going to do the same again.”
Commenting on his return to the multi-award-winning business, Wayne added: “In my thirty plus years in the industry I’ve had the opportunity to work in a number of leading companies. The progressive, professional and people-focussed culture of Mint Property Finance is however unrivalled.
“I’ve always remained close with Paul, Andrew and the team, and was really pleased to get the call inviting me back. Recent months have seen a significant and rapid transformation of the business, leading to impressive record growth. “I am delighted to re-join Mint at such a pivotal time in the business’s ambitious plans, and to contribute to its continued success.”
The appointment is the latest in a series of developments for Mint Property Finance, as the privately funded business looks to grow its loan book to over £250m. Headquartered in Cheshire, Mint Property Finance is recognised for its unique, flexible approach to
lending, its people-first culture, and commitment to launching products that meet the needs of the market.
The business has been shortlisted in two respected industry awards for Specialist Finance Lender of the Year and Short-term Lender of the Year, with nominations for another three open.