UK-based Pulse Cashflow Finance has appointed Nic Hanson as the regional director for Wales and the South West region, facilitating the growth plans of businesses across the region.
Hanson boasts more than thirty years’ experience in working with businesses across Wales and the South West, spending most of his career at HSBC Commercial Banking.
Commencing his career in client operations, Hanson quickly found his feet in new business where he worked across several firms such as Close Invoice Finance and Advantedge Commercial Finance before making the move to Pulse Cashflow.
Praising Hudson, Martin Bennison, sales & marketing director, said: “Nic is a great addition to the team and demonstrates our commitment to businesses in Wales and in the South West. He is a well-known figure in the region and is a great win for Pulse.”
As the UK business sector ventures down its post-pandemic recovery path, firms will continue to look to governments for financial support to help the process along.
As a leading provider of invoice finance solutions, Pulse Cashflow are well placed to aid in this swift recovery through the provision of solutions, serving businesses turning over £15m and requiring funding facilities up to £2.5m.
Hudson explained: “As we move on from the last 12 months, firms are looking for cashflow funding to capitalize on the increasing momentum in their markets and they need access to funders who are highly motivated to get funding facilities in place. “
Looking forward to the year ahead, Hudson added: “Pulse have got ambitious plans and robust funding lines which makes them an exciting proposition for businesses seeking out funding solutions.”
In line with these ambitious plans, Cubitt Trade Holdings, the parent of Pulse Cashflow Finance, recently acquired Calverton Finance, aligning the two brands under one name – Pulse Cashflow.
Bennison concluded: “We will continue to work on exciting future plans to demonstrate our commitment to UK businesses as we all work towards repairing our damaged economy.”