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Enterprise launches expansion websites

Enterprise Group is launching four websites in the coming weeks to mark its expansion as a technology based loan and mortgage distributor.

EDGEv2 was the first site to go live and has received a strong response with over 9,000 brokers registering since November.

Enterprise Finance, the secured, bridging and commercial arm of the group is the latest site to go live and will include direct EDGEv2 links, online decisioning and a broker marketing toolbox.

Danny Waters, operations director at Enterprise Finance, says: ” The new site has been in planning for the past five months, and we are delighted with the result.

“It will allow brokers unprecedented ease of access to loans, bridges and commercial mortgages, and it moves our business even closer to our ultimate goal of technology-driven solutions and execution”

The new sites for Enterprise Partners, Enterprise Homeloans and Enterprise Broker Services will all follow in the coming weeks.

Michael Clapper, chief executive of the Enterprise Group, adds: “Our group’s evolution is well under way, spearheaded by the success of EDGEv2, and we are extremely bullish about the future, in spite of current market conditions. Enterprise Finance is a hugely successful part of the Group, and its new website is a real statement of intent, when others are scaling back on developments, we are pushing forward with our investment and various distribution opportunities.”

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