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GHL Group adds Salt to its network lender panel

GHL Group has added The Derbyshire’s specialist lending brand Salt to its network lender panel.

John Smith, sales and marketing director of GHL, says: “We chose to appoint Salt to our panel because of its innovative products and flexible lending criteria.

“As a branded lender we have direct access to its underwriter who will be situated on-site and have a significant mandate.”

He adds: “We are excited about the opportunity this appointment provides for us to generate business for our appointed representatives.”

Tony Capon, head of retail sales at Salt, says: “We identified GHL as a partner that would fit well with our proposition, product and services offering.

“Our appointment to the network lender panel will expand our distribution and further enhance our brand’s growing reputation for being a packager-friendly lender and a significant player in the sub-prime mortgage market.”


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