The last few months have been extremely challenging for everyone as we all feel the effects of the pandemic and especially so in the care sector that has been working exceptionally hard during this time.
Emma Lane, Area Director at Allied Irish Bank (GB) for the South East region explains: “We know the healthcare sector inside out and the challenges faced and have been working in partnership with many management teams as they navigate issues faced due to the pandemic, as well as the usual and ever increasing regulatory and operational challenges affecting the care sector. We support operators from start-ups to growing businesses, and despite the effects of the pandemic we have continued to work with customers who are looking at ways to enhance the services they provide. One local operator we have been delighted to assist is Ramesh Mannick, Managing Director of Crawley based Mannick Holdings Ltd.
Mannick operates two residential elderly care homes; Ferndale Nursing Home in Crawley and Crossways Residential Care Home in Haywards Heath. They are proud to offer the highest possible standards of living for residents and peace of mind for family and friends alike. A family run care operator, Mannick is run by Ramesh and his wife, Deepwantee and their daughter. We have recently structured a seven figure refinance package to support the continued success of the two homes.
Ferndale Nursing Home is a care home for the elderly, housed in a beautiful detached house in the exclusive area of Southgate, Crawley. The home is registered to accommodate up to 28 people aged 65 and over, including married couples and/or partners. Ferndale Nursing Home specialises in caring for people with dementia/ Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
Crossways Residential is a care home for the elderly, housed in a beautiful detached house in the exclusive area of Haywards Heath. The home is registered to accommodate up to 25 people aged 65 and over, including married couples and/or partners. They provide a full range of care services including respite care. Ramesh Mannick said: “I am very proud of the high standard of care and facilities that we offer at Ferndale and Crossways and we are continually looking at ways to enhance the services we provide to our residents and their families. The refinance facility provided by Allied Irish Bank (GB) helps to support our continued focus on providing the very best level of care and the long-term success of the two homes. The banking team led by Nicky Tobin have been very helpful and have taken the time to really understand our business, to structure a competitive solution to meet our needs.”
Nicky Tobin, Relationship Manager at Allied Irish Bank (GB) said: “It is great to support a local family run business that is going from strength to strength. Ferndale and Crossways have excellent reputations and I am delighted to work with Ramesh and his family to help ensure the continued success of these two care homes.”
Contact details: Emma Lane
Allied Irish Bank (GB)
Tel: 07799 888057