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Rumbold joins Affirmative Finance

Paul Rumbold has been appointed as marketing and sales director with Affirmative Finance.

Affirmative, based in Manchester, opened for business in 2004 and is now one of the leading providers of short term and bridging finance.

Rumbold joins a team that prides itself on service and its flexible approach to the market and intermediaries.

He says: I am delighted to be joining Affirmative which is a young and vibrant company at such an exciting time in its growth.

Affirmative is dynamic and innovative in its approach to the market and we expect to become the leading short-term finance house in the United Kingdom over the next two years.

Eugene Esterkin, managing director of Affirmative, adds: Paul is a great asset to have on the team and we anticipate even more growth following his arrival.

The market is strong and I see no reason why we cannot move the business to the next planned level within the next six months.

Pauls arrival will bring added dynamism and synergy to the company. We are all excited and delighted to have him with us.

Rumbold resigned as sales and operations director at Cheval Property Finance for personal reasons.

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