The bridging lender aims to give FIBA members access to its underwriters as well as its range of products.
“As our lending proposition to members expands across the country and our membership continues to grow, we welcome Mint Bridging as a new lender partner here at FIBA,” said Adam Tyler, executive chairman at FIBA.
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Andrew Lazare, managing director at Mint Bridging (pictured above), added: “We are at a stage in our growth where our success is increasingly making us a key industry player.
“Mint is keen to contribute our growing experience and knowledge to engagement across the sector and help shape its potential, both through discussion of future legislation and the work that the forum does in sharing new ideas and best practice.
“Being a member will allow us to learn from other members too and will assist in the expansion of our business.”