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Brightstar Financial teams up with Positive Solutions

Positive Solutions has appointed Brightstar Financial as partner of choice for its IFA Partners.

Positive Solutions’ IFA Partners wishing to place clients for specialist first charge mortgages, secured loans, bridging finance and commercial funding, now have access to Brightstar’s service.

Rob Jupp, managing director at Brightstar Financial, says “To say that we are delighted to become a lending partner for Positive Solutions would be an understatement. For Brightstar, which has been operating for little over one year, this is a massive vote of confidence in the quality of the team we have built here, all of whom bring many years of experience in the lending industry to assisting brokers with complicated and complex cases.”

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