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Borro upgrades ASTL membership

by: Fiona Nicolson
  • 07/07/2016
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Borro upgrades ASTL membership
Personal asset lender, Borro, has become a full member of the Association of Short Term Lenders (ASTL), taking the trade body membership to 36 full members and 25 associates.

As well as upgrading its associate membership of the ASTL, to become a full member, Borro has made several key appointments since the start of the year.  The firm has recruited a senior business development director and a director of lending.

Paul Aitken (pictured), founder and CEO of Borro says: “We are continuing to establish our growing reputation in the bridging market and, since adding property lending to our product suite, we have upgraded to full member status of the ASTL, highlighting our commitment to offering high service levels for lending on property and luxury assets.

“Our own principles and standards are aligned with the ASTL’s and our ongoing relationship allows us to be part of a shared industry voice, helping to improve standards in the market and shape change for the good of the whole bridging industry.”

Since its inception in 2011, Borro has funded loans worth more than £170m.



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