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Clydesdale Bank mines new seam of talent

In response to a growing demand for its services, Clydesdale Bank has strengthened its team with the appointment of Gavin Coleman as a Business Partner in its Thames Gateway team.

Joining Clydesdale Bank with more than a decade’s experience in the banking sector working for HSBC and most recently Barclays, Gavin Coleman, 33, has a track record of working with Kent companies with a turnover of between £1m and £50m per year.

Thanks to its Financial Solutions Centres in Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone, and recently announced team to serve Thames Gateway, Clydesdale Bank has successfully established itself as a major player in the county’s SME banking sector.

Announcing Gavin’s appointment, Paul Saunders, Managing Partner of Clydesdale Bank’s Maidstone FSC, said: “Gavin’s brings a wealth of experience and understanding of the region’s business community to compliment the XX-strong team of partners and associates across the county (figure combining TW and Maidstone).

“We are delighted to have recruited Gavin who will play a key role in serving the Thames Gateway business community.”

Gavin Coleman added: “Thanks to its culture of seeking to connect people, Clydesdale Bank has transformed the banking environment and I want to play my part in delivering great success for the Kent team and our customers. Today businesses need faster, more pro-active banking advice and assistance and Clydesdale Bank has that philosophy at the heart of what it offers.”

Businesses interested in finding out more about Clydesdale Bank in Kent should visit or call 01622 625400.

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