Reditum Capital joins ASTL

9th May 2017 0

Reditum Capital has joined the Association of Short Term Lenders. Reditum is a mezzanine and bridging global finance provider which has arranged more than £350m of funding for real estate and asset-backed transactions. Tim Mycock, […]

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Small businesses face struggle following Budget

10th March 2017 0

Small businesses will struggle to stay afloat following the Chancellor’s spring Budget, ASTL chief executive Benson Hersch has warned. The budget saw changes to taxes for the self-employed and confirmation that business rates will be […]


Pivot joins ASTL

2nd March 2017 0

Pivot has become the latest lender to join the Association of Short Term Lenders. The specialist lender provides bridging and development finance secured against residential and commercial properties on a first and second charge basis. Benson […]


Bridging sector saw last minute recovery in 2016

1st March 2017 0

Gross annual bridging lending decreased to £4bn in December as the market adjusted to the post-Brexit climate, figures from the West One Bridging Index suggest. The third quarter of 2016 saw a drop in gross […]


ASTL welcomes rescue and recovery firm Begbies Traynor

8th February 2017 0

Begbies Traynor has joined the Association of Short Term Lenders. The firm deals in corporate recovery, insolvency, restructuring and turnaround, corporate finance, investigations, security risk and forensic accounting. Paul Stanley, its regional managing partner for […]


ASTL: Beware moving up the risk scale

26th January 2017 0

Benson Hersch is CEO of the Association of Short Term Lenders The bridging market has become increasingly crowded over the past few years. With more and more lenders competing for customers we are at a […]


ASTL clamps down on back charging interest

24th January 2017 0

The Association of Short Term Lenders has prohibited its lenders from charging higher rates of interest from the start of the loan if the borrower goes into default. The ASTL has amended its code of […]

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