Nigel Crossman joined the Samera Group in May 2016 from the Royal Bank of Scotland, where he was the Head of Healthcare for the London and South East region.
He has extensive banking experience having spent thirty eight years working for two major high street banks during which time he built up a huge network of contacts. These contacts now span the financial network providing access to all of these financial institutions for Samera clients having been placed on their broker panels.
Nigel worked in many branches of National Westminster Bank and spent 15 years in their Recoveries and Insolvency department dealing with all types of business and their problems before leaving in the late nineties to join Royal Bank of Scotland. There he took on a roles as a Commercial Lending Manager and then moved on to be the Regional Director of a team dealing with clients who were having difficulties during the banking crisis, concluding his career there running the healthcare team.
Samera Finance Limited is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority and a member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers.
This vast amount of experience has placed him in an ideal position to not only obtain excellent financial deals for clients using his knowledge but also enables him to provide help and ideas when looking at prospective purchases. With Samera Practice Sales and an accountants team also in the group this provides us with a unique position of being able to source and finance practices as well as looking after them once the purchase has been completed.
Since joining Samera he has completed many deals ranging from small tax loans to million pound practice purchases. If you are looking for finance call Nigel as early as you can to gain his help and utilise his knowledge to achieve your goals. If you would prefer to have a conversation in the evening once you have finished work this can be arranged.
5 famous people (dead or alive) I would invite to a dinner party:
Nigella Lawson, Kyle Minogue, Richard Harris, Richard Burton, John Cleese
If I won the lottery tomorrow
The first thing I would do is…let Wendy (my wife) give up work