Dawn Tuck joins Close Brothers’ manufacturing team

Close Brothers Asset Finance’s manufacturing team has announced the appointment of Dawn Tuck to the position of regional sales manager for the North West. 

Ms Tuck brings with her significant financial services experience – including over 25 years in asset finance – gained at some of the UK’s leading funders: “Prior to joining Close Brothers Asset Finance, I spent the majority of my career supporting businesses of all sizes across multiple sectors and geographies, helping customers think creatively and successfully leading business development and relationship teams,” she explained.

“I have a particular passion for the manufacturing sector owing to many years working within the Midlands and Black Country region.”

Richard Kirk, managing director of Close Brothers Asset Finance’s manufacturing team, said: “In the short time Dawn has been with us she has already begun to utilise her significant experience to the benefit of the wider team, who are working with the many manufacturing businesses on their growth journey.

“Our team has been supporting manufacturers for a number of decades and it’s a market we believe very strongly in, which is why we have recruited strongly in this area. The team has already made a real difference for many business owners, who get to work with experts that speak their language.”

Close Brothers Asset Finance


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