Expanding a commercial broking business into the residential market – Aldermore

by: Specialist Lending Solutions
  • 22/08/2017
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Bridging the gap between commercial and residential mortgage broking can be a tough task, so our expert panel explain their experiences of expansion plans to include residential clients.

Aldermore Bank’s commerical director Charles McDowell, and Victoria Harley, group editor of Mortgage Solutions and Specialist Lending Solutions, invite Piotr Twaits, sales director of Synergy Commercial Finance, and Jason Oakley, chairman of Mantra Capital to discuss why their commercial finance businesses moved into the residential markets and how they did it.

 

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