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October 21, 2016

LendInvest named Tech-Enabled Lender of the Year

Today, at the Specialist Finance Introducer awards, LendInvest was named tech-enabled lender of the year.

Formerly Montello Bridging Finance, LendInvest was founded in 2008, by Ian Thomas and Christian Faes and became one of the leading short-term mortgage lenders in the UK.

Later Ian and Christian started asking: why shouldn’t more investors have access to property finance as an asset class?

And LendInvest was transformed into the UK’s leading property lending and investment business. . .

. . . helping property entrepreneurs fund projects with the support of a team specialised in bridging and development finance.

. . . letting people invest in secured property loans via a quick and simple to use online platform.

. . . and helping institutional investors invest in private debt through our investment management arm, LendInvest Capital.

We make it simpler for property entrepreneurs to get the finance to buy, build or renovate property and widen access to the property market for investors.

Tech-enabled lenders: the longlist

We’re developing technology to enhance our processes and get borrowers funded fast,

from infrastructure that helps us pass the baton swiftly to efficient drawdowns. So we’re thrilled to have been named tech-enabled lender of the year in the Specialist Finance Introducer Awards.

And we were among good company, here’s the longlist:

  • Atom Bank
  • Borro
  • Foundation Home Loans
  • Funding Circle
  • LandBay
  • LendInvest
  • Masthaven
  • Precise Mortgages
  • Pure Commercial Finance
  • Regentsmead
  • Shawbrook Bank
  • The Buy to Let Business
  • United Trust Bank
  • Zopa
Isabelle de Grave
Posted by Isabelle de Grave
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