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Secure Trust signs Tenet distribution deal


Secure Trust Bank has added adviser support group Tenet to its partner network.

The lender entered the mortgage market in March to target people underserved by high street lenders.

Secure Trust Bank lends up to £2m per household and extends two-, three-, and five-year fixed rate deals with a maximum loan-to-value of 80 per cent.

Secure Trust Bank Mortgages head of sales and marketing Tony Hall says the firm was “delighted to continue our controlled expansion into the residential mortgage market”.

 TenetLine managing director Gemma Harle says: “Secure Trust Bank is another welcome addition to our portfolio and we are particularly impressed with its positive, enthusiastic approach to lending.”




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