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Heritable appoints three directors

Heritable Bank has changed the roles of three of its senior management team.

Ketan Malde, finance director of Heritable Bank, has also taken on the role of chief operating officer to oversee the operational aspects of the company.

Tim Wentworth has become managing director of newly formed Heritable Capital Partners, which provides equity participation in residential property developments in the UK.

Nick Barrett has become managing director of Heritable’s structured property finance division, which provides senior debt and mezzanine finance for residential and commercial property developments.

Mark Sismey-Durrant, chief executive of Heritable Bank, says: We have built Heritable Banks reputation by tapping into expertise and putting it to uses which directly benefit our customers.

“Everyone here has huge expectations for this year and beyond, and this team reshuffle will help those at the heart of Heritables success over the past few years to continue to put their skills and leadership to the best possible use.

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