It will enable TMA members to access Impact’s range of specialist lending solutions in areas including bridging, specialist buy-to-let, commercial, credit impaired, mortgages abroad and later life lending.
Dale Jannels, managing director at Impact Specialist Finance, said it was the formation of a like-minded partnership.
“We look forward to working closely with the TMA team to provide their members with the expertise and experience to help them maximise the growing number of opportunities being generated across the specialist lending sectors.”
Rob McCoy, senior product and business manager at TMA, added: “As the specialist lending market grows to meet the changing needs of consumers, partnerships like this ensure that our members stay ahead of the curve and are ready and able to serve more customers looking for lending with particular needs and circumstances.
“A common-sense approach to lending is imperative in today’s socioeconomic landscape and we are delighted to be working with Impact to help advisers deliver the best possible outcome for every single one of their clients, no matter what their circumstances.”