Tenet adds United Trust Bank to second charge panel

  • 09/05/2017
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Tenet adds United Trust Bank to second charge panel
United Trust Bank has become the latest addition to Tenet’s direct to lender second charge panel – the third to join this year and the eighth since it was launched six months ago.

TenetLime managing director Gemma Harle said: “United Trust Bank offers a range of specialised mortgage products and a common sense approach to underwriting.

“It lends on a variety of property types for a wide range of purposes, including home improvement, car purchase and consolidation of debt, and considers employed, self-employed and pension incomes, with no credit scoring.”

Jo Edwards, business development and marketing director at United Trust Bank, added: “We are delighted to be partnering with Tenet. They have a great reputation in the industry and share our commitment to providing customers with an excellent service and experience.”

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