SASC expands team

Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC), the fund manager and social enterprise, has expanded its team with several new appointments this year, including hires from Citi and HSBC.

Azmin Mistry joins from Westcor, Chloe Kopala from Citi, Hannah Armstrong from the National Treasury Management Agency in Dublin, Imtiyaz Basharat from HSBC and Lauren Rae brings volunteer experience from US and UK-based roles.

SASC approved £43.8m of new loans to 14 organisations in 2020 and secured investment from Zamo Capital to enable it to grow the team as it expands its activities, in particular its Social and Sustainable Housing (SASH) fund.

Ben Rick, Co-Founder and CEO of SASC said, “The last twelve months has given SASC the opportunity to increase its support for social landlords responding to the impact of the pandemic. These new hires come at a crucial time in SASC’s growth and development and we are delighted to have them all on board.”

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