UTB announces three appointments in property development

UK property developers

The specialist lender has made the appointments in its property development team

UTB has announced three new appointments in its property development team.

The specialist lender has appointed Daniel Carlisle as senior director – property development and Sean Skelt and Gary Hunt as managers – property development.

Carlisle has more than 25 years’ experience in real estate banking working with lenders including Investec and NatWest/RBS in sectors such as residential development, prime/high end housing, BTR and commercial real estate. In his role as senior director – property development he will be supporting housebuilders and developers operating across London and the South of England with a range of development finance and exit solutions.

Hunt has joined United Trust Bank from Close Brothers Property Finance where he was a senior portfolio manager. He has worked in banking for around 25 years and in his role as manager – property development, he is working closely with senior director Paul Flannery, supporting Flannery’s extensive portfolio of existing clients and introducing new housebuilders and developers to United Trust Bank’s range of funding solutions.

Skelt has extensive experience in property finance, structuring and managing residential and commercial investment loans whilst funding a wide range of new build and PDR residential schemes together with alternatives including student and co-living projects. He has joined United Trust Bank from Arbuthnot Latham, where he has spent the last four years, and has also worked at Metro Bank. He is now using his previous experience to build strong, long-term relationships with housebuilders and developers operating across Greater London and the South of England.

Adam Bovingdon, head of property development – UTB, said: We have had a busy year so far with credit approvals of around half a billion pounds in the first six months of 2024. With economic indicators improving, we expect housebuilders and developers to approach the future with growing confidence and for activity to increase still further.

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