Opportunities in commercial finance, bridging and second charges – Aldermore panel debate

by: Specialist Lending Solutions
  • 01/08/2017
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Commercial finance is a buoyant and exciting market to be part of, offering plenty of opportunities for brokers.

Aldermore Bank’s commerical director Charles McDowell, and Victoria Hartley, group editor of Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions, discuss the specialist horizons open to brokers and how they could look to the second charge and bridging markets for new business.

Joining them on the panel is Piotr Twaits, sales director of Synergy Commercial Finance, and Jason Oakley, chairman of Mantra Capital.

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