Dunkley, Ryley Join Henry Howard Equipment Finance Team
SEP 17, 2018 - 6:55 am
Marie Dunkley and Charlie Ryley joined Henry Howard Finance to help support the company’s continued growth and expand its equipment finance offering.
“I am thrilled to be welcoming Marie and Charlie into our team,” said Mark Catton, CEO of Henry Howard. “We continue to enjoy success across our markets and we are very pleased to have their experience to help us manage this growth and build high quality customer relationships.”
Dunkley joins Henry Howard Finance to create a new vendor-led asset finance business. She previously served as UK Sales Director for Construction, Transport and Industrial at DLL De Lage Landen. Prior to that, Dunkley held senior roles at Hitachi Capital and GE Capital.
“I’m delighted to join Henry Howard Finance,” said Dunkley. “The company’s forward-thinking approach, customer centric ideals and growing own-book lending is an exciting journey that I’m keen to be part of as they establish a stronger presence in vendor asset finance.”
Ryley joins the Vendor Finance Team under the leadership of Gyles Thompson. He most recently worked as an account manager at Pinnacle Telecom (Wales).
“A major priority for Henry Howard Finance is to ensure all customers are provided with the best possible service,” said Ryley. “Previous roles have set me up well for that challenge, and I’m really pleased to be joining such as innovative company that continually puts the customers first.”
Henry Howard Finance is one of the UK’s leading business finance providers for the SME marketplace and is the largest independent finance house in Wales. It has supported more than 30,000 companies across the UK and recently experienced a year-on-year increase of 50% in own-book lending.
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