Meet DF Capital’s Industry Leader in Motorhomes and Caravans, Corvin Baks

What you do?

I support manufacturers and dealers with the distribution of goods into the market. I provide customised and tailored financial solutions that help grow their businesses, improve cashflow and increase profit.

How long have you been at DF Capital?

Since the very start of the business in September 2016

Why do you work at DF Capital?

After an international career with several great financial companies, it’s refreshing to work in an entrepreneurial environment like DF Capital – especially as it has such a focus on customer success.  It was a massive journey obtaining our bank licence and this enables us to better control our destiny and underpins our ambitious plans for growth.

Distribution Finance Capital Holdings plc (LON:DFCH) is UK specialist commercial lending and personal savings bank. From straightforward savings to practical finance solutions, our aim is to help customers manage and grow their business or savings. Founded as a specialist commercial lender in 2016, DF Capital was authorised as a bank in September 2020.

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