Atelier Capital pivots operations to protect staff
Atelier Capital, the short-term and development finance provider, has pivoted its operations to protect its staff and continue to aid both borrowers and the broker community in light of COVID-19.
According to the firm, it has invested in both technology and people, which allows for the company to be agile and its entire team is now working remotely.
Atelier Capital added that it has “activated its business continuity plan, in which all staff are empowered and equipped to work remotely,” which it said results in its team continuing to deliver a seamless service.
Chris Gardner, chief operating officer at Atelier Capital Partners, said: “We’ve assembled an exceptional team of highly capable and flexible staff. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, we’re now changing where we work, but not how we work.
“Our priority remains the same – keeping our people safe while we continue to provide institutional grade finance for developers.
“Our range of short-term and development finance solutions has made us a trusted partner for SME property companies and the broker community across Britain, and we are committed to keeping that trust.
“We have access to deep reserves of liquidity and together we’re continuing to do what we do best – providing vital finance to help keep Britain building.”