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Former Money Partners chief exec Colin Sanders joins Omni Capital

Former Money Partners chief executive Colin Sanders has joined short-term lender Omni Capital as its new chief executive.

Sanders has also held chief executive roles at igroup and General Electric Money Home Lending, before going on to become the founder of Money Partners.

Sanders arrival follows the appointment earlier this year of former Apprentice candidate Liz Locke as business development director and John Wheeler as sales director.

Omni Capital formed last year and predominantly lends within prime postcodes in London, the home counties and the South East of England.

Sanders says: “The investors have a strong vision to build a significant business in a short space of time which I will be instrumental in executing, and will implement the necessary infrastructure and distribution network to achieve the business goals. This is a very exciting time for Omni Capital.”



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