The Openwork Partnership adds four new lenders to mortgage panel

The Openwork Partnership has expanded its mortgage panel with four specialist residential and buy-to-let lenders.

Related topics:  Mortgages
Rozi Jones
12th January 2022
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"Our refreshed panel offers the best support from across the industry and our direct panel relationships now account for 96% of all mortgage lending in the UK."

The Openwork Partnership has added Foundation Home Loans, Landbay, Pepper Money and Vida Homeloans to its panel.

Paul Shearman, proposition director at The Openwork Partnership, said: “Our refreshed panel offers the best support from across the industry and our direct panel relationships now account for 96% of all mortgage lending in the UK.

“The four new lenders are fantastic additions to our panel and will enable advisers to help even more clients in the changing mortgage market.”

George Gee, commercial director at Foundation Home Loans, commented: “Foundation Home Loans are delighted to have been selected to join The Openwork Partnership’s panel; as one of the UK’s leading specialist lenders we look forward to partnering with the broker community of one of the largest networks to support their growth in specialist residential and buy-to-let.”

Paul Brett, managing director of intermediaries at Landbay, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been accepted onto The Openwork Partnership’s prestigious panel of lenders, and we can’t wait to get cracking on providing market leading buy-to-let products such as our green mortgage range for new build properties via The Openwork Partnership’s ARs.”

Paul Adams, sales director at Pepper Money, stated: “We are very pleased that Pepper Money has been added to The Openwork Partnership’s panel, enabling members of the network to access our award-winning specialist mortgages. The driving principle for our business at Pepper Money is financial inclusion. We work in partnership with all of our distributors to ensure our individually underwritten mortgages are available to a broader group of clients.”

Richard Tugwell, director of mortgage distribution at Vida Homeloans, added: “The Openwork Partnership is a respected player in the market, and we are delighted to join their panel to offer our specialist lending product solutions to their advisers and provide options for their clients with complex financial needs.”

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