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Shawbrook adds Knight Frank to strategic partner programme

Shawbrook Bank has added high-net-worth broker Knight Frank Finance to its strategic partner programme for the South-east region.

The lender’s strategic partnership programme launched in 2012 and now has 39 members following the addition of Knight Frank Finance. Strategic partners receive exclusive benefits including higher commission rates.

Knight Frank Finance managing partner Simon Gammon says: “Knight Frank Finance prides itself on sourcing the best possible terms for our clients and working with new and exciting partners such as Shawbrook allow us to continually achieve our goals.”

Shawbrook sales and marketing director for commercial mortgages Karen Bennett adds: “We see the programme as the jewel in our broker crown and the announcement of each new member is a testament to their hard work and excellent working practices.”

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