Crystal Specialist Finance added to PRIMIS packager panel

Crystal Specialist Finance (CSF) has been appointed to PRIMIS Mortgage Network’s packager panel.

CSF announced it will immediately support PRIMIS Appointed Representatives with training, support and products from its comprehensive lender panel in the regulated and non-regulated bridging, buy-to-let and specialist residential sectors.

The partnership will also see a close working relationship with PRIMIS, with CSF indicating it is to play a prominent role in national and regional events throughout the year – all designed to assist members in securing more specialist finance business.

CSF managing director, Jo Breeden, commented: “PRIMIS’s core focus is to deliver a world class support structure for its Appointed Representatives, and we have a service and lender panel which will assist brokers in taking that market leading ethos to their clients which will ultimately secure more specialist finance business.

“The network’s philosophy very much mirrors our own with broker education, training and development core to service delivery and client outcomes. This is the start of a fantastic relationship and one we will embrace wholeheartedly. We look forward to working closely with PRIMIS over the coming months and years.”

PRIMIS had announced yesterday it was refreshing its packager panel for immediate delivery to adviser members in 2020, following an extensive review of its panel last year.

PRIMIS proposition director, Vikki Jefferies, added: “As the number of specialist customers continues to grow, ensuring our intermediaries are well-equipped to meet the demands of these consumers is vital.

“Welcoming CSF onto our packager panel will ensure that our brokers can access a variety of products to suit all situations and, ultimately, continue to secure more positive outcomes for their customers.”

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