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AToM teams up with Omni Capital

AToM has been appointed a a preferred partner of Omni Capital, the Knightsbridge-based short-term and bridging lender.

As a preferred partner, AToM is able to offer its clients and brokers immediate and direct access to Omni Capital’s range of first and second-charge short-term plans.

Dale Jannels, managing director of AToM, says: “We’re really pleased that Omni Capital has chosen AToM to promote their superb product offerings. The short-term lending arena is moving at a fast pace and Omni Capital are at the forefront. Its can do attitude and ability to think outside the box fits perfectly within the AToM Premier Bridging offerings.”


The Mortgage Mole

No paupers or gawpers Property website gave a new definition to high net worth last week when it advertised a lavish apartment at One Hyde Park on its site – with a price tag of £65m. In fact, the price was so high it surpassed the maximum search value on the site, which is […]

Santander UK rating goes down to A2

Moody’s has downgraded Santander UK and 16 Spanish banks, including Santander parent Banco Santander, due to concerns about their creditworthiness and the Spanish government’s ability to provide support. Santander UK’s rating fell one level to A2, while Banco Santander’s rating was cut by two to A3. Five Spanish banks saw their ratings cut by one […]

Regulation isn’t the whole story

Much talk of regulating the bridging sector is naive as it will not get rid of the cowboys. And using a regulated lender is only important if one is placing a regulated deal so brokers need to do proper due diligence on the firm they use rather than just looking to see if it has an FSA stamp


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