Mark Davidson, former National Relationship Director at Assetz Capital, has joined specialist residential property development lender CrowdProperty as Head of Loan Management. This appointment enhances the support available to CrowdProperty’s developers, providing a dedicated contact point for complex cases.

Mark’s career to date has seen him cover all aspects of deal structuring in real estate finance including residential development, residential investment and mixed use portfolios. With significant experience in portfolio management and credit stewardship, Mark specialises in tailored customer solutions to achieve excellent client outcomes.

Mark has over 25 years’ experience in the property finance sector, having held senior positions at Assetz Capital, RBS and NatWest.

Andrew Hall, Property Director at CrowdProperty, said: “To support our strategic ambitions, we continue to develop and invest in our people and processes. This includes bringing in seasoned professionals from competitive businesses to deepen our existing expertise. Mark is a welcome addition to the CrowdProperty team – focused on customer success, with a background in relationship management and an extensive network built over decades in development finance.

“With over £700m of property funded and £400m of facilities agreed to date, CrowdProperty continues to grow rapidly and work closely with even more developers to achieve their property development goals. ”

Mark commented: “The team at CrowdProperty is well-known for its depth of knowledge, structuring funding to fit the specific needs of property projects for developers across the UK. Development success is top priority - hence the hands-on, helpful approach of the property team - and I look forward to supporting our developers in managing their project finances well.”


21 Jun 2023

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