Impact Specialist Finance stays on PRIMIS packager panel

Impact Specialist Finance has announced it is maintaining its position on PRIMIS’s approved specialist packager panel, following an extensive review of all panel members.

The partnership will allow PRIMIS members to keep accessing Impact’s range of specialist lending solutions, technology through the Impact portal, as well as relationships in areas such as bridging, buy-to-let and credit impaired.

PRIMIS currently brings First Complete Ltd, Advance Mortgage Funding Limited and Personal Touch Personal Finance Limited together to provide brokers with support, and as part of the LSL Property Services plc, the network is backed by its financial services experience and knowledge.

“PRIMIS is one of the UK’s leading networks and works hard on its members’ behalf to offer access to the right training, support and propositions to ensure their clients receive the best service possible,” Impact managing director, Dale Jannels, commented.

“As such, it expects the same of each and every partner on its panel, and after a stringent due diligence process, this reappointment affirms how aligned our outlook is in terms of matching these service standards and opening the door to a host of market-leading specialist lending solutions.”

PRIMIS announced last week that it was refreshing its packager panel for immediate delivery to adviser members in 2020.

Commenting on the latest announcement, PRIMIS proposition director, Vikki Jefferies, added: “We are always looking to add value to our brokers which is exactly why we’ve decided to reappoint Impact onto our packager panel.

“We look forward to continuing our work with Impact to ensure that more intermediaries are equipped with the content and tools in order to serve growing numbers of specialist customers.”

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