David Gregory appointed as Senior Relationship Manager for the East Midlands region

6 Jan 2020

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Specialist lender Cambridge & Counties Bank has appointed David Gregory as a Senior Relationship Manager covering the East Midlands region. David, who will be part of the East Midlands team lead by Jayne Follows, will focus on growing the bank’s extensive property book across its core East Midlands market and will be based in Lincoln.

David started his banking career in 1983 with NatWest at the Lincoln Cathedral office with responsibility, among other things, for the Cathedral’s original copy of the Magna Carta. He joined the Derbyshire Building Society as a Business Development Manager in 2006; in 2011 he joined the Commercial Division of the Nationwide Building Society following the merger with the Derbyshire, covering several different roles across all aspects of the Real Estate lending book.

Cambridge & Counties Bank specialises in secured lending and deposit products for small and medium sized businesses, with a strong property developer and investor client base. In March this year, the bank announced record results for FY 2018, with deposit and lending levels reaching all-time highs.

David Gregory, Senior Relationship Manager, Cambridge & Counties Bank, said:

“I’m absolutely delighted to be joining Cambridge & Counties Bank, which has a great reputation in the property sector. The role gives me the opportunity to reacquaint myself with commercial brokers and introducers both old and new, supporting them and their clients to develop and grow as well as benefit from the strong expertise available from Cambridge & Counties Bank.”

Jayne Follows, Regional Director for East Midlands at Cambridge & Counties Bank, said:

“We are delighted to welcome someone of David’s extensive experience to the East Midlands team. We see significant, continued opportunities in the region and are committed to growing our book of property loans through brokers, professional investors and SMEs through what we believe to be the most competitive service and product proposition in the market.”