About the GDFC
The Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC) is a privately-owned consumer credit company focused on setting up, financing and administering Green Deal Loans. Green Deal Loans provide customers with accessible financing to improve their homes by installing energy efficiency products.
GDFC operates on a business-to-business level with its network of Green Deal Providers who are able to offer the GDFC’s finance to their customers.
GDFC has a current loan base of over 12,500 properties and commenced financing loans again in May 2017. The Company, which has ambitious growth plans, aims to become the leading platform for consumers in the UK in the home energy efficiency space.
GDFC was originally launched in 2012 as part of an initiative introduced by the Government to reduce its carbon emissions by 35% by 2020 through addressing the UK’s thermally inefficient housing stock, the worst in Europe. In January 2017, the company was acquired by Greenstone Finance, Aurium Capital Markets and Honeycomb Investment Trust.
Kilian Pender – CEO
Kilian worked previously in finance. He is passionate about how finance can help drive growth in renewable energy / energy efficiency. Before heading up the GDFC, he started Greenstone Finance, a company to focus on this space in 2015.
David Rendell – Chief Risk Officer
David has 35 years’ experience in the banking and financial services sectors covering corporate and consumer lending. Most recently, David was Chief Risk Officer of GE Capital’s regulated entity in the Netherlands, GE Artesia Bank.
David brings his in-depth experience of the energy sector to the Green Deal Finance Company, having worked as Managing Director of the Green Financing Division of GE Capital EMEA from 2010 to 2013 driving their growth in the renewables financing sector. David has also worked at Lloyds Banking Group, where he was a senior member of the Management Team, as well as Midland Bank (now part of HSBC).
Victoria Wilson – General Counsel
Victoria has spent much of her career at the interface of Government and the private sector. She has worked for the last 10 years as a consultant managing the legal aspects of a number of high profile projects, including the transfer of international train services from Waterloo to St Pancras, the creation of the HS2 General Counsel role, the international corporate restructuring of Eurostar and the launch of the Green Deal.
Prior to that, Victoria spent 9 years as the Director of Corporate and Legal Services at Eurostar. She began her career as a solicitor with Slaughter and May.
Harvey Nijar – Chief Financial Officer
A qualified accountant with over 20 years’ experience in IT and financial services, Harvey has held a number of senior roles in large banks and more recently, within challenger banks.
Working at Aldermore Bank, Citi Bank and HSBC, he has covered various roles within finance, focusing on strategic planning, corporate finance and financial management both in the unsecured and secured lending space. Most recently he was Chief Investment Officer at Future Finance.
Harvey also oversaw a leading asset disposal and balance sheet restructuring program for a large US bank during the financial crisis and strategic planning and IPO readiness for a bank.
The Green Deal Finance Company
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The Green Deal Finance Company Limited (Company number: 10028311) Registered in England, Registered Office: 3rd Floor 86 Brook Street, London W1K 5AY; GDFC Services Ltd (Company number: 08271985), GDFC HoldCo Ltd (Company number: 08272183), GDFC Assets Ltd (Company number: 08272354).
Registered in England, registered office: 20 Eastbourne Terrace, London W2 6LG.
GDFC Services Ltd and GDFC Assets Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.