How to impress commercial finance brokers – Aldermore panel debate

  • 08/08/2017
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How to impress commercial finance brokers – Aldermore panel debate
Commercial finance brokers want to deal with lenders which have a deep understanding of property, understand the pressures of time poor clients and are confident enough to say 'no' quickly, as well as 'yes'.

Aldermore Bank’s commerical director Charles McDowell (pictured) and Victoria Hartley, 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 explain what commercial finance lenders need to do to impress intermediaries.


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