Hilco’s Specialist Bridge Lending Division Expands Team by Hiring Job

Hilco Real Estate Finance (HREF), the specialist bridge lending division of Hilco Global that launched in 2023, is expanding its team by hiring Charlie Job as an associate. With more than five years of experience across real estate, credit and M&A, Job will work across the UK, assisting the specialist real estate lender as it builds its presence in the country.

Job started his career at NatWest Markets before joining Arrow Global, where he worked on distressed and special situations credit and equity investments across Europe, as well as several platform acquisitions for the fund manager.

“This is a great opportunity to help grow a dynamic, new division which benefits from the backing of a world-renowned financial services group,” Job said. “I already know a number of members of the team and like the business’ flexible approach to lending. In such a fast-growing market, I believe that HREF’s ability to provide loans rapidly, even in complex situations and at the £10M-plus level, will see it quickly gain momentum.”

“With his strong track record of working in special situations investments and private credit, Charlie is a valuable addition as we seek to build out the team across the UK,” Andrew Ward, managing director at Hilco Real Estate Finance, said. “Since launching last summer, HREF has got off to a flying start with businesses in a diverse range of sectors seeking bespoke loans from a reliable lender who is willing to look beyond the usual lending criteria.”

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