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New lender joins Connective panel

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Small business lender GetCapital has become the latest lender to join the asset finance lending panel of aggregation company Connective.

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

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Commenting on the partnership, head of Connective Asset Finance Brent Starrenburg said: “We are delighted to have GetCapital as part of our growing panel of more than 20 lenders, from the largest providers to boutique specialists.

“GetCapital has a strong reputation in the market for both their product offering and service levels — they are a great fit for Connective and will provide our member brokers with another quality option for those seeking a competitive SME lending product and the service capability to match.”

GetCapital’s CEO, Jamie Osborn, also welcomed the new partnership and acknowledged the lender’s willingness to work closely with Connective to maximise outcomes for its brokers and their SME clients. 

Mr Osborn said: “We are excited to partner with Connective to provide their brokers with access to a broader range of SME finance products. Our offering has resonated with the SME market and our strategy is to partner with high-quality broker groups, such as Connective, to help brokers provide better solutions to their customers and to assist SMEs in accessing the right capital to fund their growth.”

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