Omni buys industry breakfast

Omni buys industry breakfast



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While most of the world lay in bed yesterday morning, one of the industry’s key bridging lenders was holding a short-term bridging finance debate.

Omni Capital debated the finance gap in the market at a movers and shakers breakfast attended by 100 industry figures.

Michael Darriba, David Tucker, Mark Payne and Michael Bolton were among the ‘movers and shakers’ from the property industry who attended the specialist breakfast briefing at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park.

Paul Munford, Managing Director of Mortgage Centre IFA, said: “Over the past few years we have all become increasingly frustrated by the lack of good quality financing for good quality individuals.

Keynote speakers including Nick Candy, Mischon de Reya Real Estate partner Susan Freeman, and Omni Capital’s new Business Development Director and former ‘Apprentice’ candidate Liz Locke was also in attendance.

Mr Munford continued: “Omni Capital brings together the funding power of CPC Group and MCIFA’s vast experience in the mortgage and lending market to create a quick and flexible short-term lending solution. Finance which used to take three weeks, now takes three months, but need only take three days with Omni Capital.”

The morning provided an overview of the gap in the market for short term bridging finance and how companies can offer quick and flexible finance with an innovative approach to structuring deals.

Omni Capital Sales Director John Wheeler also highlighted some of the case studies and deals already completed by the company.

Omni Capital formed last year as a joint venture between property firm CPC Group and Mortgage Centre IFA. The company offers short-term loans to individuals and developers, predominantly within the prime postcodes of London.

Set up by Mortgage Centre IFA and Christian Candy’s property firm CPC Group – Omni Capital is fast becoming the market leader in short-term quality funding for individuals and companies.

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