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Specialist packager and broker Capital B launches

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Specialist packager and broker Capital B launches
Broker and packager Capital B Private Finance has launched into the specialist lending intermediary market.


The firm is headed up by directors Chris Borwick and Andre Bartlett who are both former SPF Private Client directors, each with more than 15 years’ experience in property finance.

It will offer an advised and packaged brokerage service to intermediaries covering high net worth individuals, bridging loans, property development finance, commercial finance and complex residential and buy-to-let mortgages.

Capital B, which is based in Holborn, London, is an appointed representative of Positive Lending.

Capital B director Chris Borwick said: “Andre and I are excited to announce the launch of Capital B and bring our passion for supporting brokers to life.

“There is strong demand from intermediaries for help with complex and specialist finance and we are perfectly placed to meet that need; we know the lenders, the products and the best loans available.

“But more than this, Capital B will add that something different, superior service.”

Director Andre Bartlett (pictured) added: “This is a great time to launch Capital B into the market. We’re surrounding ourselves with the very best lenders, funders and professionals in the market. Now that we are ready to launch, the sky is the limit.”


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