"Whilst we have seen growth in each of our core markets in recent years, the bridge finance market has absolutely exploded, with smaller lenders responsible for executing most loans."
Specialist finance trade body, FIBA, has appointed Whitehall Capital to its bridging lender panel.
Whitehall Capital is a privately funded, specialist provider of bridging, short-term, auction and development finance solutions, with more than a decade in the market.
Adam Tyler, executive chairman at FIBA, commented: “Whitehall Capital brings a creative and flexible approach with a really strong commitment to the FIBA membership as they take the next step in their evolution. Our members will be looking forward to working with the Whitehall Capital team, helping them to deliver the best outcomes for clients with professionalism and commitment. FIBA members will have direct access to the decision makers and so can expect fast responses, helping to make their clients’ lives that little bit easier.”
Anthony Bodenstein, managing director of Whitehall Capital, added: “Whilst we have seen growth in each of our core markets in recent years, the bridge finance market has absolutely exploded, with smaller lenders responsible for executing most loans. If we are to ensure the interests of FIBA’s member firms and advisers, and their respective clients, are best served, it is essential that they have access to the broadest range of options. FIBA plays a vital role in ensuring lenders from across the spectrum have a voice, its focus on upholding the highest industry standards inspiring confidence amongst its members. That is a body with which we at Whitehall can be proud to be associated.”