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InterBay expands solicitor panel

General-Business-Handshake-Hire-Appointment-700x450.jpgInterBay Commercial is expanding the range of solicitors on its panel with the addition of two new firms.

The lender, which is part of OneSavings Bank, says the move will help it grow lending and provide customers with greater choice.

Paris Smith LLP, previously InterBay’s sole solicitor, will now be joined by Birketts and Walker Morris.

InterBay says the panel was carefully chosen following a rigorous due diligence process, with each member selected due to their expertise in the field and ability to offer specialist legal expertise on all aspects of commercial property finance.

It says that all three firms on the panel offer nationwide coverage and can provide dual legal representation.

Clarke Willmott LLP will continue to act for InterBay on all bridging loans.

OneSavings Bank sales director Adrian Moloney says: “This is an exciting time for InterBay, and I’m delighted that we can broaden our customer’s choice to three highly experienced firms for all term loans.

“We’re looking forward to working with all three firms and giving our clients an enhanced service that now provides national coverage.

“InterBay has had an extremely positive start to the year, following a stellar 2017, and the expansion of the solicitor panel reflects this continued drive for growth and the desire to offer our clients the best possible service.”

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