Its members gain access to HSBC’s broker business line-up
The Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA) has partnered with HSBC, adding the high street lender to its panel.
As a result of the partnership, FIBA members can now access HSBC’s broker business team, which provides support for customers with all aspects of growth including property acquisition, capital investment, and business expansion.
Members will also have access to a dedicated relationship manager, offering guidance and assistance while focusing on speed of solution delivery.
“The addition of HSBC to FIBA’s lender panel is perfectly timed, as it falls at the start of a new year when we’re all looking forward to new opportunity, speed of business completion, and effective solutions provision,” Martin Reynolds (pictured), chair of the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association, commented. “I’m impressed by the obvious experience and expertise the team brings to developing broker facing business, its speed of approach, and its commitment to the growth of its business finance solutions.
“I’m delighted to welcome HSBC to the lender panel and am certain this will be a strong working partnership which will deliver a range of benefits to our members.”
Ian Coulson, head of commercial brokerage at HSBC, added that, under the new partnership, FIBA members are able to join the lender’s commercial panel, enabling them to support more businesses across the UK.
“At HSBC, we are focussed on supporting trading businesses with all aspects of their growth strategy. Our teams of relationship managers based across 15 areas nationally have the expertise to work alongside both client and introducer to find the right funding solution,” Coulson said. “They demonstrate strategic thinking and thought leadership underpinned by innovative commercial products and solutions.”
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