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Michelle Monck

Michelle Monck

Consumer Finance Expert
Published: 19/05/2021

Moneyfacts.co.uk has announced the appointment of three new preferred brokers to help its business visitors to borrow better.

These are:
Regulated bridging broker – Loans Warehouse
Commercial mortgage, business loans and unregulated bridging broker – Watts Commercial
Asset finance – Goodman Corporate Finance.

 

The tens of thousands of businesses that visit Moneyfacts.co.uk every month can now speak to experienced advisers to help them find the right commercial mortgage, business loan, asset finance or bridging loan.

 

Michelle Monck, Head of Digital at Moneyfacts, said:
“Moneyfacts.co.uk is pleased to announce these new preferred business brokers. We have looked to find the right intermediary specialists to meet the borrowing needs of our business visitors. All our preferred business brokers have many years of experience in helping their clients to find the right business borrowing and have access to many different types of lenders.

“Businesses visiting Moneyfacts.co.uk to compare business finance products can now not only find out more about what these options might be and the potential lenders to speak to, but can also access advice from our preferred brokers.”

 

Phil Gray, Managing Director of Watts Commercial Finance, said:
“We are privileged to have been appointed as a preferred broker of Moneyfacts.co.uk, providing customers visiting their site with bespoke business funding solutions across a range of products including commercial mortgages, business loans, development funding, unregulated bridging loans and The Recovery Loan Scheme.

“As a multi-award-winning brokerage, we pride ourselves on our outstanding industry knowledge, professionalism and service and we look forward to offering this winning combination to our new clients.

“We are honoured to partner with Moneyfacts.co.uk due to the alignment in our core values and our continued respect of their unfaltering reputation in the industry. Together we are dedicated to making sure finance is simple and straightforward for SMEs post-COVID to help them to rebuild, grow and achieve their future business potential.”

 

Commenting on the launch and on becoming Moneyfacts.co.uk’s preferred asset finance broker, Paul Goodman, Managing Director of Goodman Corporate Finance, said:
“As one of the UK’s leading corporate finance boutiques, our partnership with Moneyfacts.co.uk provides a fantastic opportunity for us to add value to their customers through the unique personal service we provide. Once the customer has provided their information, we will bring a solution to life by providing access to a genuine choice of lenders. Both ourselves and Moneyfacts.co.uk are aligned in our ethos of delivering the best client service and I know that our partnership will support companies across the UK in securing the funding they need as we move forward out of the pandemic.

“Our approach is focussed on providing the most appropriate solution for the client, now and in the future, which leaves business owners free to focus on the important task of growing their business, confident in the knowledge they have the right funding solution in place to drive their business forward.”

 

Matt Tristram, Managing Director of Loans Warehouse, said:
“We are delighted to expand our relationship further with Moneyfacts.co.uk. We currently offer their visitors options for secured loans and can now extend this to regulated bridging loans too.”
Businesses can discuss their needs with these appointed brokers free of charge. They may be charged an application or broker fee and the broker and Moneyfacts.co.uk will receive a payment from the lender if the borrowing is completed."

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