Guy Harrington

Glenhawk announces launch of new website with interactive loan map




Glenhawk has announced the launch of its new website — which is set to go live this week — and has unveiled plans to introduce a regulated product in H1 2020.

The bridging lender’s website will include custom product calculators and an interactive loan map.

Glenhawk aims to launch phase two of the website later this year in conjunction with its regulated product offering, propriety loan and client management systems.

Guy Harrington, founder and chief executive at Glenhawk (pictured above), said: “We like to keep things fresh, not only with our products, but also the brand. 

“The new site shakes it up a bit and gives us a nice foundation to launch our proprietary loan and client management systems before release to the wider market.”

In an exclusive interview with Bridging & Commercial, Guy added that the interactive loan map was a tool which could be used to be “completely transparent” and where the “exact scope” of Glenhawk’s lending could be viewed.

“We worked really hard on our calculators to make them very simple [so] they can give an indicative loan breakdown and it can be done specific to product type.

“Their style and function are the first step of our evolution into providing simple tools to get loans done quickly.”

Guy stated that Glenhawk would soon “formally commence regulated lending” having recently received authorisation from the FCA.

“…We are proud of having over a third of our business from repeat clients/brokers and we have been lucky that we have always had a steady flow of demand through our reputation of offering speed, excellent service and our competitive rates,” Guy explained.

Glenhawk will be looking to lend £100m this year and introduce new products to complete its bridging offering.

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