F4B completes office move

Ryan Fowler

September 13, 2017

Finance 4 Business has moved into new offices in the heart of the Birmingham City Centre’s Finance District.

Occupying the 9th floor of Bruntwood’s flagship development, Cornerblock, will enable the group to expand and meet its ambitious growth plans.

The move into Birmingham provides the opportunity to further increase its product offerings. Earlier
this year the company purchased a car finance brokerage, 4 Wheel Finance and will soon be
launching a n asset based/cashflow finance division.

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Joining the newly expanded group is David Totney, founder of the cash flow finance lending company Liquidity Limited that was purchased by Santander.

Totney will focus on providing Midlands enterprises with operating cash flow finance from a carefully selected group of funders.

In addition, Finance 4 Business has invested in Caliber Group which will be based within the new offices.

Caliber’s is headed up by managing director is Leon Evans, formerly of Fine & Country and specialises in sourcing land and planning opportunities for property developers.

Russell Martin (pictured), managing director at Finance 4 Business, said: “I am immensely proud of the evolution of Finance 4 Business.

“Birmingham is a fantastic city and will provide a superb location in which to grow the company further. The response to our arrival from clients and local professionals has been fantastic I am more passionate and excited about the future than I ever have been.

“The people make this company and we are looking to hire high quality, enthusiastic individuals to join us on the next part of the journey.”

Melanie Johnson, director (operations), added: “Having joined Finance 4 Business seven years ago, I have
seen the company grow year on year.

“I am hugely excited about the move to the new offices and am certain the Grade A facilities will provide the perfect platform to elevate the company to the next level. The company is so fast moving, there is never a dull day and I can’t wait to see what the next seven years brings.”

New appointment David Totney, managing director, Finance 4 Cashflow,  concluded: “These are exiting times for Finance 4 Business. In this developing, and sometimes confusing world of business finance, I am delighted to
join the team; helping local business people access the best finance available in today’s market.”

In order to achieve the ambitious targets, the company is embarking on a recruitment drive within the core parts of the company. With the aim of at least doubling these teams over the next 12 months, they are looking to recruit across a variety of levels.

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