Metrics Credit Partners makes four senior hires

6 August 2019
| By Jassmyn |
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Metrics Credit Partners has made four appointments to strengthen its asset origination and portfolio management capabilities.

Hamish Mitchell will be responsible for coordinating the firm’s loan origination activities in Victoria. Mitchell was most recently managing director of Royal Bank of Canada’s RBC Capital Markets and has over 14 years of experience in financial services.

Jake Muspratt, Paul Wilkinson, and Tim Addison have joined from Westpac Institutional Bank, National Australia Bank, and ANZ Banking Group respectively and bring skills in loan origination, loan structuring, portfolio management and real estate finance.

The non-bank corporate lender’s managing partner, Andrew Lockhart, said the new hires would expand Metrics’ lending activities to corporates, private equity sponsored borrowers, project and infrastructure transactions, and commercial real estate assets.

“Metrics Credit Partners is pleased to be expanding its presence in Melbourne, where we already have strong and established relationships in place with our investors and borrowers,” he said.

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