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CBFL is an unregulated bridging provider in the UK fi nancial services sector. It began as a start-up company 2 ½ years ago and has grown to a recognised lender in the bridging market.


CBFL are seeking a Chief Financial Offi cer capable of dealing with further expansion of the company and ensuring that a fi rst class and fully compliant management service is delivered. In addition, there will be signifi cant development and commercial elements to the role. The CFO will be responsible for annual planning and ensuring that the appropriate targets are in place.


The CFO role will be key in shaping the company’s direction through pricing, modelling, capital investment, the design of new and existing systems, proactively managing costs and effi ciency and monitoring performance.


It is essential that the CFO possesses a broad range of fi nancial management experience and has previously helped the strategic direction of a business. Previous experience in the lending sector is required, along with leadership ability, as we have a strong value set.


Salary – £80,000.00 + bonus www.mortgageintroducer.com Please email your CV to: emma@cbfl.co.uk MORTGAGE INTRODUCER FEBRUARY 2012 49


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