B&C roundtable: Is the second charge bridging market growing?
Bridging & Commercial

B&C roundtable: Is the second charge bridging market growing?




Bridging & Commercial has launched its fifth filmed roundtable session, which discussed why the market might be seeing a rising demand for second charge bridging finance and the benefits such an option can offer borrowers.

The B&C roundtable video can be viewed in full on the B&C Roundtables page.

The event — which took place on 23rd October at Watson Farley & Williams’ offices in London and was chaired by B&C editor Beth Fisher — was supported by Masthaven Bank.

Beth Fisher, editor at Bridging & Commercial
Beth Fisher, editor at Bridging & Commercial

Richard Deacon, sales director at Masthaven Bank, explained what impact growth in this part of the market could have on the wider bridging sector.

Richard Deacon, sales director at Masthaven Bank
Richard Deacon, sales director at Masthaven Bank

Specialist brokers were also in attendance to offer their thoughts, including Kris Corns, operations director at Crystal Specialist Finance; Andrew Robinson, CEO at Arc & Co; William PW Omony, property tax adviser at Proactive Consult; and Shaun Church, director at Private Finance. 

Ranjeev Kumar, partner at Watson Farley & Williams, also gave a legal perspective on whether first charge lenders are were more comfortable with working with second charge bridging providers.

Ranjeev Kumar, partner at Watson Farley & Williams
Ranjeev Kumar, partner at Watson Farley & Williams

The B&C video can also be viewed here.

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