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Growth success at financial firm leads to new appointments

BH Financial

Leigh Taylor and James Hill of BH Financial

A North East based financial firm is celebrating expansion following a record year.

BH Financial Services has announced the appointment of commercial lending specialist, Leigh Taylor, during a time of unprecedented growth and success for the company.

BH Financial was set up as BH Group in 2015, and is a sister company of one of the region’s leading full service commercial and residential property agencies, Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents.

Taylor joins the firm following a 38-year career with Lloyds Bank. His most recent role was regional director for SME Businesses covering the North East and Yorkshire.

He said: “I am delighted to be joining BH Financial Services during this exciting time of growth for the firm.

“The market is thriving and given the firms recent success and strong network of clients, we can look forward to continued growth and success.”

The firm obtains funding on behalf of our clients for a range of business and personal assets, from IT and professional equipment to car finance and sourcing.

Taylor will work alongside director BH Financial Services James Hill and commercial mortgage specialist Phil Barker.

Commenting on the appointment, Hill said: “This has been a record year for BH Financial, we’ve completed on a range of big financial deals including several multi-million pound projects.

“Demand for commercial lending has grown significantly, and Leigh is a fantastic addition to the team. His vast experience in the sector will ensure our clients are offered the highest level of expertise and service

“As an independent broker our team can access numerous funders and thousands of deals for business purposes. BH Financial provides a professional and bespoke service to each client. Our aim is to go beyond the usual telecommunication and online relationships which many banks now have with their customers to provide a personal, face to face service which we believe the market now lacks.”