TMA adds five master brokers to specialist panel

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TMA adds five master brokers to specialist panel
TMA Club has added five master brokers to its specialist lending panel giving access to second charge mortgages, residential and buy-to-let packagers, commercial mortgages and bridging loans.

It also expects to add more lenders and packagers to the panel this year.

The new additions are Complete FS, Crystal Specialist Finance, The Loans Engine, Vantage Finance and Watts Commercial.

They join existing partners CSC Loans, Manor Mortgages, Positive Lending, TBMC and TFC Homeloans.

TMA senior product and business manager Rob McCoy (pictured) said: “Throughout 2017 we identified various partners that we felt would enhance our offering in these diverse areas of the market and be able to provide our brokers and their customers with the right products for them.

“During 2018 we will be developing our specialist lending panel further, as well as recruiting lenders who are happy to accept business directly from our directly authorised members.”

 

Full spectrum of funding

Watts Commercial managing director Phil Gray said the firm was excited to work with TMA’s members.

“By adding commercial finance to their existing offering we can help provide their clients with a complete spectrum of funding solutions,” he said.

Complete FS director Tony Salentino added that the distributor was delighted to be joining the panel.

“This year we celebrate our 25th year as a specialist packager distributor supporting the intermediary market through some interesting and challenging times,” he said.

Salentino added: “We are very excited about the opportunity to work closely with them and can’t wait to interact and support their experienced team, members and events.”

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