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IGF announces changes at the top

Invoice financer and asset based lender IGF has this week appointed a new managing director.


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Mark Lindsay has taken over the role as managing director of the company’s invoice finance practice from Tracy Ewen.

 

IGF said that Tracy Ewen, who has been with the firm for 10 years, has “left to pursue other opportunities”.

 

Lindsay has nearly two decades of experience in invoice finance and will be responsible for increasing the client base and lending book of the business’ established invoice finance division.

 

He will also develop new financial products and continue to recruit new employees for the company.

 

Lindsay’s previous role was with invoice finance specialist Bibby Trade and International Finance.

 

He has also worked with accounts and advisory firm Mitchell Charlesworth, Aldermore Invoice Finance and RBS Invoice Finance.

 

John Onslow, chief executive at IGF, said the company has “big” ambitions for 2017.

 

He added: “It is essential that we have an experienced leader with a deep understanding of growing a business and supporting clients to grow IGF’s Invoice Finance division.”

 

Lindsay said: “Businesses are becoming more aware of alternative financing and I look forward to working with the team at IGF to combine our expertise and strengthen this longstanding brand.”

 

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