The network has 120 advisers who will now be able to access the lender’s bridging range.
All members will have access to the lender’s introduction technology via a dedicated web portal which will give brokers a decision in minutes on any bridging case.
The company will also deliver training with webinars, one-to-one support and eventually broker visits all planned to further promote expertise in the sector.
Aspen Bridging director Jack Coombs (pictured) said: “Now more than ever, bridging has a vital role to play in assisting brokers and their customers as a core financial solution to their current plans.
“We will work closely with the Beneficial community to relay this message and meet their needs in a timely manner.”
Beneficial managing director Jason McDonald added: “Beneficial welcome a new innovative lender to our panel. Aspen Bridging will be well received by our network advisers and we look forward to our future synergistic mutual relationship.”