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Glenhawk partners with Knowledge Bank

Glenhawk has entered into a partnership with Knowledge Bank, making its regulated and unregulated products available on the criteria search database for intermediaries.


The lender’s products will be available to brokers registered with Knowledge Bank’s platform, which has more than 125,000 individual criteria, and lists products from upwards of 250 lenders across the UK.

Glenhawk’s criteria, includes residential, (mixed) commercial, second charge and refurbishment and can be turned around in five days.

Jamie Pritchard, director of sales at Glenhawk, said: “I know the power and opportunity that being part of Knowledge Bank provides for a lender, as we look to reach an even wider customer base with our regulated and unregulated bridging proposition.

“Specialist lending is based on brokers understanding the criteria of the cases that they have in front of them, and Knowledge Bank provides Glenhawk with access to thousands of brokers.

“This is an ideal time for Glenhawk to partner with Knowledge Bank as we continue to enhance and widen both our product proposition and distribution base.

“We have ambitious plans to grow the business, and I am excited to make brokers aware of the solutions we can offer their customers.”

Matthew Corker, operations director at Knowledge Bank, added: “Rarely do we get the opportunity to work with such a passionate, dedicated and knowledgeable team.

“Jamie, Christie and everyone at Glenhawk have worked closely with us in recent weeks to add their entire lending criteria in our bridging section on Knowledge Bank.

“The specialist lender’s common sense approach to short term lending, regulated and unregulated product options, large maximum loan amount and fast turnaround times are sure to make them extremely popular with our members.

“Following the success of Glenhawk’s appearance on our recent Criteria Clinic webinar we look forward to expanding our relationship further over the coming months.”

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