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Tuscan Capital joins ASTL

Tuscan Capital has joined the Association of Short Term Lenders (ASTL) as a new member.

The short-term bridging finance provider was launched in February 2018 and says it aims to combine traditional lending values with innovative commercial thinking.

Tuscan Capital chief executive officer Colin Sanders says: “Over recent years, the ASTL has made itself an indispensable feature of the bridging landscape. In addition to helping forge a strong collective identity for the sector, it has played a pivotal part in raising standards while providing a robust lobbying voice for members. I and the whole Tuscan team look forward to reacquainting ourselves with Benson and Kay and to playing a full and active role within the association.”

ASTL chief executive Benson Hersch (pictured) says: “Tuscan Capital are a new provider of short-term bridging finance but have years of experience within the team, with a deep understanding of the intricacies of the short-term lending market. They are a strong addition to our growing membership at the ASTL and we look forward to working together.”

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