New Stoke banking centre to boost business support in Staffordshire

Santander Corporate & Commercial is strengthening its support for local businesses and extending its presence in Staffordshire with the opening of a new Corporate Business Centre in Stoke. The move is part of Santander's strategic plan to grow its presence across the UK and demonstrates its commitment to the region's businesses following steady growth to establish a local presence across the Staffordshire region. The team for the new Stoke branch will be led by Susan Davies, Regional Director, South & West Midlands, and includes Relationship Directors Peter Burton and Matthew Cliffe, and Local Business Manager Mohamed Abou Sheaisha. They will be supported by a team of Product Partners including Dave Sangwin, Santander Asset Finance; Alan Horton, Santander Invoice Finance; and Damian Glover, International Director. Susan Davies said: 'The Potteries are of historic importance to the UK and it is appropriate for Santander Corporate & Commercial to be located here to become the SME Bank of Choice and enable local businesses to grow and prosper. The Relationship Directors are local people and have worked in and around the town for many years. They are ably supported by key product specialists to deliver a full banking service to our SME clients.'


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