Secure Trust Bank has joined the panel of Connect for Intermediaries mortgage network and the latter's packaging arm.
The partnership will allow DA brokers to access Secure Trust Bank's range of mortgage products for the self-employed, contract workers, people with complex incomes and older borrowers.
Tony Hall, head of sales and marketing at Secure Trust (pictured above), said: “Partnering with Connect for Intermediaries was a logical step for us at Secure Trust Bank Mortgages as their broker community helps clients from across the lending spectrum.
“We look forward to the new opportunities this partnership represents in our mission to provide residential mortgage products to customers who are underserved by the high street lenders.”
Liz Syms, CEO at Connect for Intermediaries, added: “The addition of Secure Trust Bank to our panel means brokers that use Connect for Intermediaries will have access to a lender offering unique and affordable solutions both for self-employed clients and those with complex incomes.”
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