Brightstar signs distribution deal with Right Mortgage and Protection Network

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Brightstar signs distribution deal with Right Mortgage and Protection Network
Brightstar Financial has signed a partnership with The Right Mortgage and Protection Network to join its panel of specialist brokers.

 

Members of The Right Mortgage and Protection Network can have access to Brightstar’s distribution of specialist residential, buy-to-let and second charge mortgages, short term, commercial and development finance.

Rob Jupp, CEO at Brightstar Financial (pictured), told Mortgage Solutions that the broker firm will continue to look at new partnerships.

He said: “Partnerships are so important to Brightstar and, when we enter into any agreement, we make sure we partner with a business that shares our values of trust and respect.

“The Right Mortgage and Protection Network has these in abundance and we are so pleased that its members can have complete peace of mind in knowing they are working with a trusted partner on specialist solutions for their clients.”

Martin Wilson, CEO of The Right Mortgage and Protection Network, added: “This partnership with Brightstar gives our members the confidence to provide solutions to their clients with specialist circumstances, and potentially grow their business into new areas, safe in the knowledge that they will be working with a leading expert in the sector.”

 

Sirius Property Finance

Meanwhile Sirius Property Finance, an offshoot from parent company Brightstar, saw its Manchester office record its biggest month to date in June, completing loans worth more than £65m.

Earlier this year, Sirius appointed Adele Turton to run its expansion office in Manchester and grow the business in the North of England.

The firm has also launched a new website and branding as part of its growth plans.

Robert Collins, director at Sirius Property Finance, said this was an important step in the development of the business which was started in 2016.

 

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