Sunday, June 16, 2024

Premier Asset Finance appoints business development manager for the Humber and East Midlands

Andy Craggs has joined Premier Asset Finance as business development manager, focusing on the Humber and East Midlands.

Andy joins Premier Asset Finance with over 35 years of experience in the asset finance industry, having spent the last 25 as Managing Director at asset finance brokerage, ECS Group.

As Managing Director of ECS Group, Andy supported clients and equipment suppliers across the Humber, East Yorkshire, and Lincolnshire regions, specialising in sourcing suitable funding solutions for businesses with a focus on renewable and sustainable energy projects.

As a business development manager across the Humber and East Midlands for Premier, Andy will work with new and existing clients and report to Ken McKeating, Managing Director of Premier Asset Finance.

Commenting on his appointment, Andy said: “I’m delighted to have joined Premier Asset Finance, working with Ken and the team to develop new relationships with clients in the East Midlands and the Humber, as well as continue to service our existing clients in this region.”

Ken McKeating, Premier Asset Finance Managing Director, added: “We’re pleased to welcome Andy to the Premier Asset Finance team. Andy has a wealth of experience in the asset finance industry, running ECS Group, a respected asset finance brokerage for 25 years.

“At Premier we’re continuing to bolster our already experienced team and Andy will be bringing his invaluable experience from the industry, especially in the green asset space. Building our knowledge in this area continues to be a key focus for Premier as we grow.”

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