Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) has unveiled Specialist Mortgages as the new name of its commercial mortgages business.
The specialist bank launched in the mortgage sector two years ago and the name change reflects how the business has evolved to provide a wider range of specialist mortgage solutions.
These include short-term lending, bridging, buy-to-let and HMO, as well as commercial and semi-commercial mortgages.
“Specialist Mortgages more accurately reflects what we do and makes it clearer that we provide a full range of specialist mortgage solutions, not just commercial mortgages,” said Mark Sismey-Durrant, CEO at HTB (pictured above).
“We offer far more than the previous name suggests.
“We have strong growth ambitions for our Specialist Mortgages business and will continue to support our broker partners, developing and enhancing our proposition further to help them grow their businesses alongside our own.”
HTB confirmed that the direction of the business would remain unchanged and brokers would still be working with the same team.
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