Glenhawk is the first alternative lender to win in this category, which celebrates the UK’s most successful businesses and entrepreneurs.
Liam Lawlor, Graham Macaulay and Donna-Louise House all take up new roles.
This follows F4B overseeing a comprehensive lending panel review after evaluating specialist lending practices during the COVID-19 crisis.
It is opening for subscriptions and redemptions at the end of June, and performing consistently above its 10% target annualised return.
The lender has made the double appointment of Joan Drummond (pictured) as head of collections and Andreea Negroiu as treasury associate.
Together, which is one of the UK’s largest non-bank lenders with a loan book in excess of £4.3bn, said it was making the move as it looks to protect its existing customers and borrowers.
Samantha Emery (left) and Bethan Jones (right) both join the lender.
Launching in July 2020 the free service will be used for conveyancing and other transactions where a formal ID verification is required.
The feature is designed for borrowers who need to manage their cashflow and require the highest possible amount on day one of the loan.
Harry Baker, who joined in October 2017, has been promoted to credit manager from senior underwriter.