Oldham-based PMD Business Finance appoints new senior director
Date published: 04 February 2020
PMD Business Finance’s new recruit Callum Bull, who will work as the firm’s new business development director, alongside company director Tom Brown
Oldham based business finance firm PMD has appointed Callum Bull as a new business development director.
In his role, he will work collaboratively with PMD’s head of invoice finance, Mark Millhouse, to develop the company’s asset-based lending (ABL) activities, as well as working on other strategic projects including renewable energy finance.
Head of direct finance at PMD Business Finance, Tom Brown, said: “We’re really pleased to welcome Callum to PMD.
"Callum and I have worked together previously and have known each other for more than seven years, so I know he’ll fit in well with the team we have here, as he embraces the same ethos and professional standards associated with PMD.
“Initially Callum’s main remit will be working with the direct sales team, he’ll also take on a strategic role and will work in partnership with our invoice finance division in expanding their activities in to the wider ABL space.
“In addition, Callum will be rolling out projects to increase PMD’s presence in new sectors, such as renewables finance and professional loans, along with expanding our network of professional introducers.
“Callum’s knowledge and experience will be a superb addition to PMD and it will be great to see him work on these new elements to the business.”
PMD recently expanded its Howarth Court office and now operates across two floors of the building in order to house its increasing staff count, which has grown from just eight staff members when the business was founded by managing director Peter Dobson in 2010.
Callum said: “Starting the New Year with a new role is nice timing and I’m really looking forward to working with the PMD team as I’ve known them for a long time.
“The variety of this role, working on specific growth projects, really appeals to me. PMD has previously dipped its toes into the new sectors that we have identified, but my aim is to grow the company’s presence and bring a full offering to market.”
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