PMS Mortgage Club and Sesame Network, part of Sesame Bankhall Group, have added Axis Bank UK to their specialist lending panels.
The BTL lender — which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Axis Bank Ltd — offers a range of financial services covering large and mid-corporates as well as retail businesses.
“We are very pleased to partner with Axis Bank UK and provide our members and their customers with access to its range of competitively priced products,” said Stephanie Charman, specialist lending relationship manager at Sesame and PMS (pictured above).
“As a specialist lender that only operates through mortgage intermediaries, it also offers the added attraction of a range of flexible lending criteria and product features that will appeal to experienced buy-to-let landlords.”
Jason Neale, head of BTL lending at Axis Bank UK, added: “I’m confident we can add value to all members who have professional landlord customers as we’re quickly developing a reputation for being a lender who can discuss and consider commonsense BTL applications that more automated lenders can’t or won’t do.”
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