FIBA appoints Ascot Bridging to short-term lender panel

The Financial Intermediary and Broker Association (FIBA) has announced the appointment of Ascot Bridging to its short-term lender panel.

Ascot Bridging is a family run and privately funded bridging lender offering first charge bridging for both purchases and refinance for non-owner occupied residential property, with loans from under £40,000.

The lender has brokers experienced in both the residential and commercial lending spaces as part of its team, and considers cases from a simple bridge or refinance, to a loan for a heavy refurbishment project.

FIBA executive chairman, Adam Tyler, commented: “Ascot Bridging is a forward-thinking business, tuned in to the needs of a wide section of the short term lending market in which our members work.

“Its principals are hugely knowledgeable and have their own experiences working directly with customers which, when allied with their desire to build relationships with advisers and focus to provide the best service for their client, makes Ascot Bridging another very attractive proposition for the members at FIBA.”

Ascot Bridging operations director, Kevin Gibson, added: “It is a pleasure for Ascot Bridging Finance to become a member of FIBA. Becoming a member of FIBA as a Trade Association is a milestone for us, as we look to broaden our broker relationships.

“One of our business goals is to be a unique bridging financier offering a transparent, diligent and a fast experience for all of the FIBA members.”

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