LeadershipAbout our senior staff
Principal and Founder
Michael is a seasoned financial specialist, who comes from a background that combines building engineering, project management, commercial finance and residential mortgages.
Previously to creating Step-Up Finance more than two decades ago, he worked as Senior Development Engineer for a leading UK building components manufacturer and Executive Structural Engineer for a building products manufacturer and contractor.
His quantitative and qualitative knowledge is integrated into the mix of financial understanding to contribute significant support for business owners.
Doesn’t like wasting money
Doesn’t like wasting time
Coffees drunk today
Time allowanceThe essence of which is getting the job done right
Innovative IdeasOur thinking caps come in various shapes and sizes
We have an unrelenting focus on delivering results
We pride ourselves on transparency and clear communication
Recent Blog Posts
Recent thoughts and opinions from Step-Up Finance’s leadership team
The finance news trundles on, each day offering something new which, for most going about their day, is irrelevant beyond the headline. Excepting when someone decides they’re ready to make their move with a lender, the comings and goings of finance worlds don’t come near the reality check news of un-imagined tragedy. The headlines create [...]
Similar to central Bank’s quarterly forecasts, BoE's latest Agent Report shows consumer spending power had been hit by higher prices, and manufacturing export growth had risen which ‘mostly reflected the effects of the earlier decline in sterling’, also reflected in consumer goods price inflation markedly picking up through supply chains and into retail prices. Credit [...]
The way we view the world is from experience; such are the shape-shifting times of a digital age. It takes time to establish a business - Running one is complicated and when a challenge has been overcome and everything is working smoothly, there is a reluctance to change a process because its deemed unnecessary, even [...]