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Central Trust launches range through brokers

Central Trust is launching its secured loan product range through brokers and packagers for the first time in 23 years.

The products, up to now only available through Central Trust, will be offered through Central Lending Limited, which agreed terms on a new £90m revolving credit facility with Royal Bank of Scotland and National Australia Bank in December 2009.

Loans Warehouse is one of the agencies to have signed up. Central Trust is talking to other potential partners.

Debbie Burton, director of lending at Central Lending, says: “We’ve worked very hard over the past 12 months to produce a product range with a broad market appeal.”

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