The two-year-old firm is a specialist in the residential and commercial property investment market and said it has plans to expand its team and service.
Prospero director Martin Smedley said that although the company was relatively young it was excited to have reached a key milestone target in 2018 by becoming one of Shawbrook Bank’s strategic partners.
“Our business growth relies on numerous factors – one of these is having a solid relationship with lenders,” he said.
“Over the next few months we will be welcoming back some familiar faces to the business in readiness to expand our service, including opening up channels to provide the introducer market with access to Shawbrook’s products.
“We look forward to the journey in front of us while applying the lessons learnt from the past,” he added.
Conversions and refurbishments
Shawbrook Commercial Property senior development manager Peter Turner noted the broker was particularly specialist in helping property professionals and investors build portfolios and add value to properties via conversions and refurbishments.
“They are able to find the right deals for their clients across their panel of lenders,” he said.
“Martin and the team are proactive with the client and the lender to ensure the deals happen as quickly as possible. They are a delight to work with and I look forward to working with them closely in the future,” he added.