Former Paragon Bank Development Finance Director Joins Brickflow


Former Paragon Bank Development Finance Director Joins Brickflow

PoliticMag Press Release : December 02, 2020

Brickflow, the UK’s first online search engine for development finance loans, today announces that Tim Noble, former Director of Paragon Bank Development Finance and Vice President at Bank Leumi, has joined the company as a Non-Executive Director.


Tim will be using his wealth of development finance experience to accelerate the growth of Brickflow. His appointment will help the firm realise its ambition to revolutionise the property finance sector by opening up the market and providing the quickest and easiest way for developers to secure trusted finance.


Tim has had a successful career in development finance spanning more than 30 years and has worked for some of the highest profile specialist banks in the UK market. Prior to Brickflow, he was a founder member of the development finance team at Paragon Bank and has previously held senior roles at Bank Leumi, Metro Bank, Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander and Close Property Finance.


Tim has built up a detailed knowledge of construction, planning and law relating to residential development and has extensive experience of lending and recovery through two property cycles.   


Tim said: “I’m excited to be joining Brickflow at the beginning of what is an incredibly exciting journey. Brickflow is a truly revolutionary tech proposition that will shake up the development finance sector by connecting developers and lenders and knocking down many of the traditional barriers to accessing development finance. It’s great to be a part of the team.”


Ian Humphreys, Brickflow’s Co-Founder and Head of Lending, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Tim to the Brickflow team. He is a font of development finance knowledge and his black book of s within the industry is second to none. With Tim’s expert counsel, we’re confident we can take Brickflow to the next level and beyond.”


Brickflow officially launched to the market in October.


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