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Pluto Finance appoints Analyst to London team

Pluto Finance has appointed Bertie Edwards-Hedges as Analyst joining the firm’s London-based team.

Bertie started his career as a Support Analyst for the Australian Fintech company Afterpay in Melbourne before moving to the UK to join Proseed Capital as Investment Analyst, where he focused on originating, underwriting and monitoring Bridging finance for SME developers.

Justin Faiz, Partner of Pluto Finance, comments: “Following the recent announcement of our wide-ranging partnership with the Universities Superannuation Scheme, the UK’s largest private pension scheme – we will be continuing to grow our team significantly over the next 12 months as we accelerate our development, bridging and investment lending.”

Pluto Finance is backed by some of the world’s largest institutional investors and is currently funding the development of over 2,000 new homes in the UK.

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