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Mint Bridging added to FIBA’s lender panel

Mint Bridging has been added to the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association’s lender panel.

The agreement will see Mint Bridging’s products offered to FIBA members, as well as access to the lender’s underwriters.

In return, Mint Bridging’s management team will be provided with regulatory development news, according to the firm.

Mint Bridging managing director Andrew Lazare says: “Mint is keen to contribute our experience and knowledge to engagement across the sector and help shape its potential, both through discussion of future legislation and the work that the forum does in sharing new ideas and best practice.

“Being a member will allow us to learn from other members too and will assist in the expansion of our business.

“As part of this key intermediary and broker association, Mint will stay ahead of trends relating to training and development, to provide the best possible service to our partners as well as aiding in the growth and retention of our staff.”

FIBA executive chairman Adam Tyler adds: “We are delighted that Mint Bridging has decided to join the FIBA lender panel at an exciting time in our market.”

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