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SME lender joins PLAN panel

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GetCapital has become the latest lender to join PLAN Australia’s panel, enabling over 1,650 brokers to access its business, equipment and trade finance products.

The Sydney-based business lender provides a range of SME lending products including asset finance, flexible business loans and trade finance lines of credit.

GetCapital noted in its announcement that PLAN has more than 1,650 members and a loan book valued at nearly $70 billion. The aggregator’s commercial and asset finance volumes hit $990 million in the six months to the end of March 2018, the lender added.

“We look forward to delivering real value to PLAN’s experienced brokers, their customers and their businesses,” GetCapital CEO Jamie Osborn said.

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The lender claimed that its finance solutions feature greater flexibility and convenience over traditional lenders, such as intra-day approvals, adding that these benefits “complement PLAN’s broker support offering through technology, professional and business development, based on its four C’s: customer first, compliance-focused, commercially oriented, and committed to the industry”.

The aggregator’s CEO, Anja Pannek, said that the lender’s appointment to PLAN’s panel will “further strengthen [its] commercial and asset finance options” for brokers and their clients.

GetCapital had earlier this year joined Connective’s panel of lenders.

[Related: New lender joins Connective panel]

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