Scroll Finance welcomes John Webb as its Head of Lending

27th September 2021 | News

By Scroll Finance


Scroll Finance (‘Scroll’), the fast-growing fintech offering smart financing solutions to homeowners and landlords has appointed John Webb as the Head of Lending with effect from September 1, 2021. John will be spearheading Scroll’s lending function which includes underwriting activities and broker relationships. 

John, whose career spans 30+ years in UK mortgages brings a wealth of experience in second charge mortgages after most recently serving as Second Charge Mortgages Director at Paragon Bank PLC. John also served as Chairman of the FLA’s Secured Lenders Group  for several years until July 2021. 

Speaking on his appointment, John Webb said “I am delighted to join Scroll and take up the unique opportunity to help build a lender dedicated to bringing innovative products, delivered  with a fresh, systems driven approach to underwriting, to the second charge industry.” 

We are thrilled to welcome John to the Scroll family. John’s experience and market knowledge will be crucial to our efforts to build a modern digital lender for homeowners and landlords. As second charge mortgage brokers will know, John has an infectious personality and an unmatched passion for the industry. He will be an invaluable addition to Scroll and I look forward to building Scroll with him.” said Ashish Kashyap, CEO & Co-Founder of Scroll Finance. 

About Scroll Finance 

Scroll is an early stage fintech looking to disrupt the over £5 trillion UK homeowner market. Scroll aims to offer smart financing solutions for over 20 million UK homeowners and landlords, enabling them to access their property wealth in a simple and convenient manner.  

Scroll was founded by 2 engineers – Ashish Kashyap and Vaibhav Tiwari. Setup in April 2021, the team is rapidly growing across its London and Solihull offices. Scroll is aiming to launch with a second mortgage product offering for UK landlords in October 2021. 

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