Shawbrook’s commercial investment range caters for loans up to 75% LTV, between £50,000 and £25m.
Arbuthnot Commercial ABL structured an asset-based lending facility, comprising a revolving receivables finance line and additional term loans.
The commercial lending arm of Yorkshire Building Society started with 25 employees and nine panel broker partners in 2019.
He will be tasked with supporting The Cumberland’s existing customers through the remaining stages of the pandemic, building a relationship management model for the business, expanding the team and starting to grow the commercial book by acquiring new hospitality customers.
Pitch 4 Finance aims to help intermediaries source solutions for their clients in bridging, property development, commercial term loans and complex buy-to-let.
The funding line from Arbuthnot Commercial ABL, coupled with Livingbridge’s investment, will support Vendigital’s organic and acquisitive growth strategy.
Cambridge & Counties said that financing the UK warehousing and logistics sector is a key focus for the bank in 2021.
Brokers interested in learning more about arranging second charge mortgages, bridging and commercial loans for their clients can arrange a one-to-one Zoom call with an expert.
Located at Corton, the 125-acre land plot is valued at £18m and forms the majority of a two-part masterplan with outline planning permission in place for 750 new homes.
The investors, a husband and wife trading as Staton Young, have purchased the former HMRC office in Derby, which totals 44,415 square foot, spread across five storeys.