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Y3S becomes preferred partner of Omni Capital

Omni Capital has named Y3S Bridging & Commercial as one of its preferred packager partners.

Colin Sanders, chief executive officer of Omni Capital, says: “Through this new partnership, Omni Capital is gaining a new and valuable distribution channel.

“Underpinned by Y3S’s packaging expertise, we are confident it will attract a great deal of interest from introducers keen to tap into the many attractive alternative lending opportunities on offer.”

Nathan Raffour, sales director at Y3S, says: “We are absolutely delighted to be selected as a preferred partner of Omni Capital. Colin and his team are clearly focussed on becoming premier players in the bridging space and bring with them a wealth of knowledge.  

“The two businesses complement each other and we are looking forward to a great working relationship.”

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