Century Capital welcomes three additional new hires.

Century Capital welcomes three additional new hires.,

Kay Sangha is a Commercial finance leader with board, trustee, strategic, operational and control experience covering both growth and turnaround scenarios within SMEs and established hi-tech businesses. Currently supports A to E training and solutions Ltd as Director of Finance and supports VCs with due diligence.

Kay was awarded CFO of the year in 2016 by Finance Monthly after successfully completing sale of digital transformation specialist IPL Information Processing. In February 2020 kay successfully completed an exit of a privately owned E&P Data Management specialist software and data services company.

Prior to joining IPL, Kay was global CFO at ShipServ; FD at GoIndustry PLC; FD at Harris Corporation and strategy consultant at Softbrands, Microsoft and Patentline.  Earlier career was with high tech engineering and manufacturing large corporate like Parker Hannifin, Cray Communication Lucas/TRW.

Oliver started his career as an Operations Manager in stockbroking, then moved on to work for Willis Towers Watson. Oliver has gained a wealth of experience over the last 10 years, working within Operations in the Financial Services industry. Being a key part to the business he ensures all the necessary systems and controls are in place. Oliver takes the initiative to identify new areas for business growth.

Linda Rexha is a Underwriter with five years of experience working in Finance and Property Management. Having previously studied Law and Criminology, Linda began her career working in the litigation department of a Legal 500 Law Firm as a Paralegal. Linda’s interest quickly changed to property and finance which led to a change of career. Prior to joining Century Capital, Linda worked for a bridging company where she gained extensive knowledge and experience of the bridging process as well as managing a large property portfolio. Linda was essential to the smooth running of the business and was known for making things happen.

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