Lloyds Bank commercial real estate division has appointed Ian Goldsworthy as a director in its listed clients team.
Goldsworthy joins from Kennedy Wilson where he was Europe managing director.
The move marks a return to real estate lending for Goldsworthy; prior to his role at Kennedy Wilson he was HSBC’s head of UK real estate from 2007 until 2011. At Lloyds, he will be responsible for relationships with publicly listed property companies.
“Ian brings best-in-class expertise across vanilla and structured debt solutions in real estate, as well as a track record in debt capital markets, CMBS and derivatives,” said Richard Heath, head of listed clients for the commercial real estate team at Lloyds.
“His appointment adds significant strength and depth to the team, bolstering our support to existing clients and strengthening our proposition in the marketplace.”
Lloyds restructured its commercial real estate lending business into six specialist teams earlier this year.
Headed by managing director and global head of commercial real estate, John Feeney, the new teams are: listed clients, institutional clients, major private groups, developers, international clients and private real estate corporates.
The new operating model was implemented in April.