Botham Accounting: Wes Hodelin

Wes Hodelin

Nottingham-based accountancy firm Botham Accounting has appointed Wes Hodelin and launched a debt advisory service for clients – Botham Capital. 

The boutique accounting practice specialises in the healthcare and property sectors.

Hodelin has 16 years’ financial services experience, 10 of which have been dedicated to healthcare and property financing. The majority of his career was spent in commercial banking and client coverage at RBS Group as a relationship manager, then at Santander Corporate as a relationship director. His most recent role was director of healthcare at MAF Finance Group, providing independent advisory and brokerage services to healthcare groups and property investors across the UK.

He has experience working with funders, from private credit and hedge funds through to bridging lenders and high street banks.

Hodelin said: “I am delighted to be joining the Botham Accounting team, having worked closely with them on several transactions where my origination, structuring and execution expertise have combined with Botham’s robust financial modelling and due diligence services. The debt advisory practice will bring this all together under a single proposition which will serve to improve the client experience whilst making transactions efficient for all involved. Given Botham Accounting’s position as a mid-market boutique, and my track record of delivering funding in the £1 million to £50 million space, I am excited about unlocking the significant value our new and disruptive service will add to those who choose to engage us as advisers”.

Tom Gregory, director of Botham Accounting, commented: “Having Wes on board will enhance our offering to both existing clients as well as new clients. In addition to work such as accounts preparation and audits we’re spending an increasing amount of time on transactional work so having Wes’s involvement and his experience will be invaluable.”

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