Greenfield Mortgages added to PMS and Sesame bridging lending panels

PMS Mortgage Club and Sesame Network, both part of the Sesame Bankhall Group, have added Greenfield Mortgages to their respective bridging lending panels.

Sesame is one of the UK’s largest appointed representative (AR) networks, while PMS operates one of the UK’s largest mortgage clubs for mortgage brokers who are directly regulated by the FCA.

PMS and Sesame comprise part of Sesame Bankhall, a market-leading support services business for firms that are directly regulated by the FCA.

Specialist lending relationship manager for Sesame and PMS, Stephanie Charman, commented: “With input from our members we are continually looking to enhance our bridging proposition, and we are pleased to welcome Greenfield Mortgages as the latest addition to our PMS and Sesame panels.

“There are a variety of reasons why bridging finance could be an appropriate interim solution for a customer, so as a leading distributor it’s important for us to have a wide range of bridging lender options for advisers.”

Greenfield Mortgages is regulated by the FCA and has been lending throughout England and Wales since 2009.

Greenfield Mortgages relationship manager, Averil Wagoner, added: “Working with Sesame Network and PMS Mortgage Club is an exciting next step for Greenfield Mortgages, and we are very pleased to be joining their bridging lender panels.

“Sesame and PMS members can have confidence in the collaborative approach and high level of service provided by our team, along with access to Greenfield’s range of competitive bridging products.”

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