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April 18, 2024
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Optimum Finance expands team with two relationship managers


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“This is an industry I’m proud to be a part of, and gives me the opportunity to work with incredible and inspiring business owners.”
– Keira Matley, relationship manager

Invoice finance provider, Optimum Finance, has appointed Keira Matley as a relationship manager and Hannah Ansell as a relationship manager support executive.

With 18 years of experience in invoice finance, asset management and lending services, Keira, who is based in Manchester, will be supporting clients and nurturing relationships in the North of the UK.

Keira and the rest of the relationship management team will be supported by Hannah, who joins Optimum in a newly created role. Hannah will be responsible for supporting the risk management, auditing and administrative tasks of the relationship management team.

Ant Persse, CEO of Optimum Finance, said: “Keira and Hannah join to support fantastic businesses in need of financial support. Our team is often considered an extension to the businesses we serve. We were thrilled that Keira and Hannah joined us as they exude our businesses values. We look forward to them making a positive impact on our valued clients as we continue our trajectory into the new year.”

Keira commented: “Optimum plays an important function for many SMEs that would not be able to prosper and grow without our services. This is an industry I’m proud to be a part of, and gives me the opportunity to work with incredible and inspiring business owners. Providing support through financial challenges and see them grow is deeply rewarding.”

Hannah added: “It’s a new and evolving role and I am very excited to be part of an organisation that is doing so much to support the small business economy.”





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