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Together welcomes a new regional development manager to its commercial team

Specialist lender Together has hired a new regional development manager to help businesses based in the south west and south Wales access finance.

Louise Bronson (pictured) has joined the group's commercial team in a direct sales role, and will work with property investors, entrepreneurs and businesses as Together strengthens its presence across mainland UK.

Louise, who lives near Bath, has spent more than a decade working in the financial services sector, having previously held posts at Barclays and Bibby Financial Services, working as a relationship manager for both companies.

She said: "I'm really looking forward to this new challenge and will bring my energy and enthusiasm to my new role. I have a history of building relationships across the financial services sector, through my work with Barclays, and I will be tapping into my strong network of contacts to promote Together's specialist lending products in my region."

Daniel Owen-Parr, head of professional sector and auction at Together, said: "We're delighted to welcome Louise to the team and are sure she will make an immediate impact. She has an impressive track record in financial services and a great network of contacts that she has built up during her career. We believe Louise will be able to highlight our common sense approach to lending to even more SMEs and property investors in the south west and south Wales."

Established in 1974, Together has been providing specialist finance to customers for over 43 years, with annual lending to 30 June 2017 at close to £1.2 billion and a current loan book of more than £2.37 billion.

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