The move will give Brilliant’s mortgage club advisers access to the mutual’s mortgage products as the lender expands its reach in the broker market.
Products include a join borrower sole proprietor deal, top slicing for buy-to-let, first-time buyers and other niche lending.
The mutual said its Mortgage Referrals Committee meant it could take complex and unusual cases into account.
Brilliant Solutions managing director Matthew Arena said: “We have been impressed by the flexibility and the openness of Hinckley & Rugby Building Society, particularly the Mortgage Referrals Committee.
“We are confident that this lender’s unique approach will work well with our specialist support team to ensure that brokers using our Mortgage Club get even better outcomes for their clients.”
Hinckley & Rugby Building Society national account manager Emily Smith added the lender was looking forward to working with the distributor.
“Particularly at this time, we feel it is important for a lender to take the time to understand clients’ situations and offer support to brokers,” she said.