Secure Trust Bank Mortgages has signed a new partnership with Legal & General Mortgage Club.
The agreement will allow L&G broker members access to Secure Trust Bank’s product range.
The specialist bank provides loans with fixed interest rate periods of two, three and five years and total loan terms of up to 35 years.
The company’s purchase and remortgage products have a maximum LTV of 85%, with a maximum loan size of £2m.
Tony Hall, head of sales and marketing at Secure Trust Bank Mortgages (pictured above), said: “This partnership with L&G is a key milestone for Secure Trust Bank and marks a significant step forward as we continue to expand our reach.
“As well as making our products available to a much wider audience, this partnership provides us with access to a mortgage club with a truly market-leading reputation.
“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.”
Danny Belton, head of lender relationships at Legal & General Mortgage Club, added: “L&G Mortgage Club is committed to providing strong propositions across all market sectors to all our members.
“Secure Trust Bank is an ideal partner for us in the specialist lending area, and the bank’s residential mortgage products will allow our members to tap into a competitive, innovative service.
“Customers will be well served with this new partnership, and we look forward to working with Secure Trust Bank to continue the development of their proposition.”
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