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John Dalby joins Mathon

John Dalby has joined Mathon as a business development director.

Asset-based commercial lender Mathon has appointed John Dalby to the newly created position of business development director.

Reporting to Andrew Sobolewski, who took up the position of CEO earlier this year, Dalby joins Mathon from Deutsche Bank AG, where he was director of its London European commercial real estate group responsible for the funding of property investments and developments throughout Scotland and the UK.

Prior to Deutsche Bank, he was with Dunbar Bank for 13 years as director of Regional Banking.

Sobolewski, says: “John brings a wealth of experience from the property banking sector which will help to open up further lending opportunities for Mathon. With 25 years practical experience in funding, John will help ensure that Mathon continues to be the foremost asset-based lender in the UK’s commercial property marketplace and meets the
demanding requirement of its clients.”

Dalby adds: “I am very pleased to be joining Mathon, which with Andrew Sobolewski recently installed at the helm, remains at the forefront of the commercial bridging loan sector in the UK. Mathon’s deal flow remains consistently strong and I look forward to helping drive further growth in deal opportunities through our superior service and ability to fulfil our clients demanding and unique requirements despite the current well publicised macro-economic
market conditions.”


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