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Alternative Bridging boosts underwriting team with two hires

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Alternative Bridging has appointed Dena Thompson as head of underwriting and Nicky Pack as senior underwriter.

Thompson will be responsible for the day to day running of the underwriting team, making sure deals are followed through efficiently from beginning to end.

She will also be spending time building relationships with Alternative Bridging’s partners.

She joins from Fortwell Capital where she was underwriting and credit manager and has over 15 years’ financial services experience working for various mortgage lenders.

Pack also joins from Fortwell Capital, where she was a portfolio manager. She has worked in the specialist lending industry since 2002, starting her career at GE Home Lending.

Chief executive Jonathan Rubins says: “Both Dena and Nicky are terrific additions to our underwriting team, and these appointments clearly demonstrate Alternative Bridging’s commitment to its brokers and borrowers, in getting deals completed professionally, efficiently and swiftly.”

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