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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.  

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.”

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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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