The Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA) has added overseas property and finance specialist Simon Conn to its list of member benefits.
FIBA members can now access overseas mortgage services for their clients, along with an enhanced commission fee on completion.
Adam Tyler, executive chairman at FIBA (pictured above), said that one of FIBA’s main points of focus was to offer the widest choice of facilities in the specialist finance property market.
He also said that he was absolutely delighted to introduce its latest member benefit.
“Simon Conn is the UK’s leading overseas property professional and financial adviser and has joined our member benefits panel to offer enhanced overseas mortgage services.”
Simon has been in the overseas property market for over 35 years and can offer access to a wide range of mortgages in more than 50 countries.
Adam added: “We are keen to provide our members with the right connections in the specialist finance industry and the ability to work with an expert in the overseas mortgage market is a welcome addition and should create additional opportunities.”
In October, FIBA added Interbridge Loans to its panel.
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