The aggregator’s asset finance branch has added three new lenders to its panel, bringing the total number of lenders to 33.
Connective Asset Finance has welcomed three new lenders to its panel, with the addition of Thorn Business Finance, Iron Capital and Grow Asset Finance.
Commenting on the newly added lenders, Connective head of asset finance Brent Starrenburg said: “All three lenders are a welcome addition to our panel, each with a strong reputation and a unique value proposition for our growing membership base.”
“As is the case with consumers, the financial requirements of businesses are many and varied so we continue to diversify our lender panel to support our brokers in delivering the best possible solutions to their clients.”
Mr Starrenburg stated that the development comes as the asset finance market gears up for growth over the coming year.
“Economic conditions and market fundamentals are aligned to deliver strong growth for the asset finance sector in 2020 and we are working hard to support our brokers so they can capitalise on the opportunities and take their business to the next level,” he said.
Mr Starrenburg stated that Connective aims to give its brokers access to a “comprehensive range of loan types”, across a range of categories.
He continued: “Appointing Thorn Business Finance, Iron Capital and Grow Asset Finance to the panel strengthens our capacity to provide our brokers with access to lenders in every niche and for any situation.”
Mr Starrenburg concluded: “We are constantly striving to ensure our members have a variety of niche lenders available to them and they will continue to see this through 2020.”
[Related: Strong year forecast for asset finance]
Hannah Dowling is a journalist for The Adviser and Mortgage Business.
Prior to joining Momentum Media, Hannah worked as a content producer for a podcast catering to property investors. She also spent six years working in the real estate sector at a local agency.
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