A man who was very poor and applied for a loan at a bank but was turned down because he was too young has finally bought the bank after becoming a millionaire.
The businessman identified as Adam Deering, 39, was 'penniless' when refused a £10,000 sum by the sceptical manager of his local RBS branch in Urmston, Greater Manchester, in 2002.
But toiling from the floor of a small office – he could not afford a desk and chairs – the determined entrepreneur grew his debt management company from scratch and in 2014 sold it for £5million.
Now heading up five multi-million companies, he has…
~First Published on Gistmania