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Specialist lender joins Connective Asset Finance panel

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Specialist lender

TrailBlazer Finance has joined the panel of Connective Asset Finance to provide a specialised loan offering to clients with recurring revenue.

Trail book valuer and specialist lender TrailBlazer Finance has joined the lending panel of Connective Asset Finance, enabling broker members to offer specialised finance solutions to their clients with commission/recurring revenue (such as financial planners, brokers, real estate agents, accountants or bookkeepers).

The recurring revenue is used as security against the loan.

Noting the current climate, the lender’s managing director, Jeff Zulman, commented that it was “essential that brokers are able to access a broad range of lending solutions to enable them to better serve more clients, write more business and ultimately grow their own businesses”.

He added that its addition to the panel would enable Connective brokers to offer “customised and differentiated solutions” that would in turn “strengthen their own value proposition in catering to the needs of their clients”. 

Brent Starrenburg, head of Connective Asset Finance, said the aggregator was “pleased” to welcome TrailBlazer Finance to the panel, adding that the lender’s “keen understanding of the market and unique value proposition enables our brokers to offer clients who are white collar professionals loans secured against their recurring revenue, providing an important addition to our already robust member offering”.  

The lender already has in place a partnership with Connective to offer its members a facility that utilises their trail book as security in return for working capital.

[Related: Low repayment loan for brokers launches]

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