Kershaw joins Bank of Ireland


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The Liverpool office of Bank of Ireland has appointed David Kershaw as associate director, to manage and develop its business in the healthcare sector.

Mr Kershaw, who previously spent 34 years with Royal Bank of Scotland, is a specialist in healthcare finance. At Bank of Ireland, he will be in charge of arranging funding for businesses including nursing and care homes, medical centres, pharmacies, and professionals such as GPs and dentists.

Key deals Mr Kershaw has worked on include the £8 million acquisition of five care homes in Wales for Ashberry Healthcare, a £9 million development of close care apartments in Manchester and a significant number of deals in the £350,000 to £5 million range.





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