Adam Tyler

NACFB: Avoiding the dead ends

Mon 20 Jun 2016

Adam Tyler, is CEO of the NACFB. The road outside our office has very recently been closed off at the end with a couple of concrete bollards. This is great news for NACFB staff, who can cross the road without looking up from their iPhones without being run over except by cyclists, but it’s bad […]


NACFB: Brokers must keep up with product innovation

Tue 31 May 2016

NACFB brokers are a varied bunch who often look to specialise in more than one sector. Some finance sectors go regularly hand-in-hand, such as bridging and commercial mortgages or buy-to-let. Some don’t, like vehicle finance and pension-led funding. And it’s our aim to give the widest range of brokers the widest range of possible funding […]


NACFB: Bridging is the umbrella for all seasons

Mon 23 May 2016

Back in 2012 we saw a spike in the number of bridging lenders approaching the NACFB. Now the same thing is happening again. This column seems like a good opportunity to analyse why. First of all, is this only something affecting our Association or representative of a population explosion among bridging finance lenders? Reporting only […]


Minimum Standards, maximum focus

Mon 16 May 2016

If the law changed so that you had to put your car through an MOT test three or four times a year, you wouldn’t be too impressed. If you had to carry out a separate MOT for every county you planned to drive through, you might even decide to hang up the car-keys. Then imagine […]


NACFB: Getting over over-development

Tue 19 Apr 2016

Is there really such a thing as over-development? This is an argument I was having recently with one of our patrons. I was making the observation that anecdotes and individual case studies can be used to show anything you’d like them to show. The more business you do, the wider the variety of case studies […]