London & South East England
Shanny started his career in private banking with Barclays Premier and Clydesdale Private Bank, before moving into business finance. He was Head of Commercial Finance for the Ulus Group and has a proven track record in working with business owners to align the best financial products to their needs and customer base. Shanny is an Arsenal fan and spends most of his free time chasing his young son around.
Wales & South West England
Adam started his career at the Nat West Bank. He went on to work as an underwriter and then in sales for First National Bank before joining CCS in 2006. Adam likes the fact that no two days are ever the same, and gets a great sense of achievement from making a difference to the retailers he works with. Adam spends most of his free time trying to keep up with his two young children.
Scotland & North East England
David brings a real enthusiasm and dedication to his role as Business Development Manager, and he’s been in the sector for over 30 years. He enjoys the variety the role entails and the fact it gives him the chance to work with some interesting businesses and people. David’s also a qualified FA football referee and spends many of his weekends getting abuse on the pitch!
North West & Midlands
Dan spent over ten years in trade and invoice financing working for RBS and Aldermore before joining CCS. He moved into consumer finance looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to work closely with retailers. Dan is a qualified Lawn Tennis Association coach and a fan of Manchester United.
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