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Sirius appoints new head of partnerships

Sirius Property Finance has appointed Kimberley Gates (pictured) as head of partnerships.

The position is a newly created role, which according to the firm is designed to strengthen its client service offering.

Gates has six years’ experience in the housing and construction sector. She previously worked at First Choice Solutions, Pixel Projects AV, and most recently Adair where she held the position of head of brand and relationships.

Sirius co-founder Nicholas Christofi comments: “Mutually beneficial partnerships are a key element of the growth of Sirius Property Finance.

“Gate’s experience and knowledge provides a solid foundation on which we can continue to develop our strategic direction and marketing initiatives that will propel the firm.”

Gates adds: “I am delighted to be leading the marketing efforts for Sirius.”


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