Regentsmead leads development training for NACFB brokers

Regentsmead leads development training for NACFB brokers




A North London-based principal provider of development finance is set to run an inaugural seminar in conjunction with the NACFB.

A North London-based principal provider of development finance is set to run an inaugural seminar in conjunction with the NACFB.

Hamilton House, NACFB HQ

Regentsmead has seen an explosion in demand for its products in recent years due to the lack of liquidity in the market and the withdrawal of many specialist lenders in the field.

The lender is now conducting 80-90 per cent of its business through the broker market and in particular with NACFB members.

James Bloom, CE of Regentsmead, told B&C: “We very much value our close working relationship with the NACFB and we are proud to be a Patron.

“We feel now is the time to further educate and help our broker partners and because of this we are having our inaugural seminar in conjunction with the NACFB at its head office in Hamilton House, London, on 1st May.”

Adam Tyler, Chief Executive of the NACFB, said: “We have run many different training days over the years, but this is a first for us. Regentsmead has supported the NACFB and its members during the lean times and we are only too pleased to promote the lender to our members.

“A specialised development training day is the ideal opportunity for our members to learn more on this area and to meet one of the original development finance lenders”

James Bloom added: “We believe this is a time of great opportunity for those working with a self-financing, experienced principal lender. We are very excited to be working closely with the NACFB on this event which we hope will be informative and help our broker partners make the most from the many opportunities they have. We hope this will become a regular feature on the calendar and we are looking forward to what should be an enjoyable event.”

To book your free place go to https://www.regentsmead.com/booking.html.

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