Time Finance appoint Laura Mollett as Head of Broker Sales to strengthen Asset Finance proposition

Time Finance announced the appointment of Laura Mollett to the position of Head of Broker Sales in their Asset Finance team.

Laura joins the leading alternative finance provider with over 14 years of experience. Laura began her career at Syscap in account and relationship management positions prior to its acquisition by Wesleyan in 2015 where she worked directly with SMEs to understand their funding requirements and package facilities to support their investment and growth plans. She then moved into the role of Affinity and PII Broker Manager where she managed some of their key strategic relationships and specialist brokers. In her most recent position as a Broker Relationship Manager, she was instrumental in the launch of Wesleyan’s broker proposition and a key driver in the success of the Bank’s broker division.

Time Finance plc (LON:TIME) is an AIM-listed business specialising in the provision or arrangement of funding solutions to UK businesses seeking to access the finance they need to realise their growth plans.

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