Fluent Money launches new services for advisers

Fluent Money Group has announced that specialist first charge and equity release services will soon be available through its Fluent for Advisers subsidiary.

The company says that it is adding these services due to numerous requests from advisers for Fluent to expand its proposition.

It was only in early September that the group announced the launch of Fluent Lifetime, a subsidiary that focuses on equity and later life lending services, a month ahead of schedule.

Fluent for Advisers head of intermediaries Jeff Davidson says: “Expansion has been very much on our agenda and when we purchased leading specialist lending distributor, Brytannic Extra Finance last year, which was renamed Fluent Mortgages, it gave Fluent the expertise and knowledge to provide the kind of proposition advisers were asking for.

“Now with the launch of Fluent Lifetime, our equity release and later life lending arm, we can confidently offer the widest range of services for homeowner customers of our introducer partners.”

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