Fluent Money expands into specialist first charge distribution

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  • 12/04/2018
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Fluent Money expands into specialist first charge distribution
Second charge master broker Fluent Money has confirmed its expansion into the specialist first charge distribution market.

 

Last summer the distributor bought Manchester-based broker and packager Brytannic Extra Finance which focused on specialist first charge mortgages and equity release.

Fluent has completed moving Brytannic staff to its Horwich head office and has formally renamed the business Fluent Mortgages.

Fluent Money group CEO Kevin Hindley said the aim was to provide a complementary service to its established second charge offering.

“We have made no secret of our desire to expand our reach. Fluent Mortgages and its team led by Dan Payne, have the expertise we need to compete in the wider specialist first charge lending field,” he said.

“We are already talking to our existing partners about Fluent Mortgages and the appetite they have to extend our service into specialist lending and the response has been fantastic.

“Integrating the new Fluent Mortgages into the Fluent family is now complete and we are rolling out our full offering to the market,” he added.

Fluent Mortgages director Dan Payne added: “We have worked very hard to reach this point where we can provide a full specialist first charge lending service backed up by the Fluent brand.”

 

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