Sesame Bankhall Group adds United Trust Bank to panels


Sesame Bankhall Group has added United Trust Bank to its PMS Mortgage Club and Sesame Network lender panels.

The broker network says its PMS Mortgage Club and Sesame Network members will have access to the specialty lender’s range of residential mortgage and bridging finance products.

He adds that PMS members will also have access to the bank’s second range of fees.

United Trust Bank works in asset finance, auto finance, bridge finance, development finance, specialty mortgages and structured finance. It operates in England, Wales and mainland Scotland.

Stephanie Charman, Head of Strategic Relations and Lenders at Sesame Bankhall Group, said: “We are delighted to add United Trust Bank to our PMS Mortgage Club and Sesame Network panels. It is a lender that has taken an innovative approach to product design and technology solutions, which we believe will be of interest to our members.

Michael Walters, Sales Director of United Trust Bank, Real Estate Intermediaries, adds: “We have steadily grown our product line and our proposition and we are fully aware that today’s intermediaries face new challenges when they meet the varied requirements of their customers.

“The mortgage market is constantly changing and we keep UTB at the forefront by deploying the best technology alongside experienced and dedicated people.

“Partnering with Sesame Bankhall Group through PMS and Sesame will extend our reach to customers who may require a more specialized product and service than those provided by the general public. “

In May, MCI Mortgage Club added United Trust Bank to its panel.

And in March, United Trust Bank launched a line of first-time home buyers for underserved customers.

The specialist lender said the products ranged from a loan of up to 80% in value and had a loan amount of up to £ 500,000, with a minimum property value of £ 100,000.


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