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TFC wins exclusive packaging rights

TFC Commercial has been given exclusive packaging rights to a true self-cert near prime product, which has been designed in association with Small Business Lending Services who are funding it.

The new product is targeted at the SME market and has the facility to accept a small amount of adverse. TFC Commercial was chosen due to their packaging abilities and excellent services standards.

Nick Sneddon, sales director at TFC Commercial, says: “T his is the first in a number of exclusive partnerships that we have been developing in conjunction with commercial lenders and shows that TFC Commercial are prepared to take the lead in terms of packaging propositions.

“The product will, however, have a short shelf life due to limited funds being available.”

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