Time Finance has appointed Rob Walters as business development manager in its invoice finance division.
Walters spent over 25 years working for Lloyds Banking Group, initially as a commercial relationship manager and more recently as a regional business development manager (invoice finance). His experience is based on working with North West SME businesses, according to his LinkedIn profile.
In his new role, he will be responsible for building and maintaining strong introducer relations whilst expanding Time Finance’s Invoice Finance offering in the North of England, with a focus on Lancashire and Cumbria, the company said in a press release.
Walters (pictured) said: “I look forward to building on [the company’s] success and helping more business owners access the vital funding support they need to grow and prosper.”
The announcement follows several recent appointments and promotions within Time Finance, including Ed Rimmer to permanent CEO and Simon Holian to business development manager, further demonstrating the firm’s commitment to investing in their people as well as driving growth and awareness across their portfolio of financial solutions.
Andy Hume, Head of Sales (North) at Time Finance, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Rob on board as we continue to expand the team and bring great talent into the business. He will undoubtedly be a great addition given his proven track record of delivering innovative solutions and building strong relationships with his network of introducers.
“Invoice Finance continues to be a valuable and staple finance solution for business that are looking to release additional working capital to fund innovation and growth. We have ambitious growth objectives to continue enabling UK businesses to gain easy access to it and Rob’s appointment will help us in achieving this.”
Invoice Finance & Time Finance
Invoice Finance can relieve pressure on cashflow and give businesses the freedom to grow. By releasing up to 90% of the value of unpaid invoices, business owners can access additional working capital and use the funds to support day-to-day cashflow requirements or support innovation and growth. Time Finance offers disclosed facilities ranging from £10,000 to £2.5m.