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Armstrong Watson announces senior appointment to Leeds team

Accountants and financial advisors, Armstrong Watson, has appointed Stephen Dinsmore as commercial funding manager to its Yorkshire Corporate Finance team.

Dinsmore will join the Leeds-based office from Sedulo Funding Solutions, where he held the position of senior funding manager. 

He brings over 10 years of experience in banking, invoice finance and commercial funding, and has worked with SMEs across the Yorkshire region to provide funding strategies and guidance on lending options.

Stephen Dinsmore said: “I am thrilled to join Armstrong Watson and take the lead with Commercial Funding.

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“I hope that with my experience of helping a wide range of different businesses, in a whole host of situations, I can bring a considered and well thought out approach to accessing funding solutions.”

He added: “Armstrong Watson has a strong reputation within the marketplace and I have always appreciated the ethos of the firm, and their commitment to enhancing the services and value they provide to clients.”

Matthew Osborne, lead partner at the Leeds Office, said: “Stephen is a brilliant addition to the Leeds team and to the wider Armstrong Watson Commercial Funding offering. 

“His experience and knowledge of the lending market will enable us to add significant value to our existing client relationships, while his connections in the marketplace will support our ambitious plans for growth.”

He added: “He joins us at an exciting time as we continue our commitment to strengthen and develop our position as the largest Independent Accountancy, Business and Financial Advisers in the North.”

Stephen’s appointment is one of many senior roles filled in recent months, after Armstrong Watson’s continued investment in its Corporate Finance services.

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