Ying Tan

The Buy to Let Business rebrands




The Buy to Let Business (Buy to Let Club) has rebranded as Dynamo.

The broker claimed this would reflect its evolution as a fintech business and demonstrate its client-centric approach across all sectors of the mortgage market.

Ying Tan, founder and chief executive at Dynamo (pictured above), said: “Moving away from the Buy to Let Business brand is a bold move given its strength and reputation in the industry.

“We are proud of our humble beginnings and specialist heritage.

“We will not move away from these roots, however, the modern mortgage market demands that we continue evolving to reflect our position in the market now, and in the future.”

The Buy to Let Business was founded in 2006 and has grown from a small, serviced office in Guildford to a 13,000 sq ft building in Camberley, Surrey.

Its partnership with Countrywide PLC — which invested in the business in 2016 — has enabled the company to make investments into its processes, automation and digital transformation.

It has also assembled an in-house IT team, which has helped to develop and integrate new systems, digital solutions and algorithms.

As part of this, it has introduced API links with lenders, mortgage tech firms and lead providers.

“Adopting the Dynamo brand was a logical choice at the perfect time,” added Ying.

“It has a natural synergy with our dynamic team, innovative approach and [reflects] how we have advanced into more of a fintech business.

“Dynamo has a 13-year proven track record, deep strategic relationships with lenders and an infrastructure for sustainable growth.

“I look forward to the next exciting phase in our development and competing with the biggest names from a broker and distribution perspective.”

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