Central Trust joins TMA’s lending panel

TMA club has added Central Trust to its lender panel.

The lender is a specialist in providing first and second charge loans for a variety of borrowers, including those with an adverse credit history.

In December last year, Central Trust joined the L&G Mortgage Club panel, while TMA welcomed Criteria Hub to its services panel earlier this month and launched a range of exclusive deals with Buckingham Building Society.

On the latest addition to its lending panel, TMA senior business and product manager Rob McCoy says: “Having Central Trust as part of the TMA package will mean we can assist more advisers to secure better outcomes for a whole spectrum of borrowers.

“As ‘specialist’ increasingly becomes the ‘new normal’, TMA will strive to reach a customer base as wide as possible, including those with more complex circumstances, so we can offer more, quality, solutions for advisers and customers alike.”

Central Trust head of partnerships Shame Tibbitts adds: “Pairing TMA’s strong position in the UK intermediary market with our ability to help borrowers in non-traditional circumstances means we can work together to bolster TMA’s market-leading proposition further and provide more solutions both advisers and clients.”

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