FIBA members gain access to Cohort Capital

The Financial Intermediary and Broker Association (FIBA) has announced that its members can now gain access to the Cohort Capital proposition, as it becomes the latest lender partner to join the trade body.

Cohort Capital lends to corporate borrowers, developers, and property professionals, specialising in funding requests that need an additional layer of understanding and flexibility.

Adam Tyler (pictured), Executive Chairman at FIBA, said: “I am extremely pleased that Cohort Capital has taken the decision to join FIBA’s lender panel.

“There is an increasing number of larger sized, short term, finance opportunities with complexities, so this is a really welcome addition for our members.

“Cohort Capital shows great understanding in how to structure financial arrangements for the benefit of the customer.

“This is a real show of confidence in our growing membership, and I am really looking forward to enhancing the relationship with them over the coming years”

Matt Thame, founder of Cohort Capital, added: “We are delighted to join the FIBA lender panel and to become part of a professional organisation that is committed to helping financial intermediaries thrive.

“We wish to continue working with borrowers, developers and landlords but also open up our network to the broker community who have also struggled with bank inefficiencies and credit policies within the £1m to £25m loan size space.

“Unconstrained by third party and institutional funding lines, Cohort Capital can underwrite and fund each transaction in the most efficient, competitive, and secure way – offering a unique positioning for the alternative lending industry. We look forward to extending our services to FIBA members and to supporting their clients.”

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x