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Shawbrook Bank welcomes Newable Finance to its strategic partner panel

Shawbrook Bank has appointed Newable Finance - a key component of Newable; a leading UK provider of money, advice and workspace to SMEs - to its Property Finance division as a new strategic broker partner. 

Newable Finance launched in 2020 and has since been helping businesses stabilise and grow through business and property funding. 

In its new strategic partner role, the firm will now be expected to drive greater opportunity for both itself and Shawbrook Bank whilst further supporting the clients they serve. Both organisations have already been working closely since October 2020, with Newable Finance offering Shawbrook’s regional teams across the UK an in-depth knowledge of the property finance market and a strong local knowledge. 

Shawbrook’s strategic partnership programme recognises brokers with the highest quality of applications and successful conversions, while Newable Finance continues to rapidly expand its brokerage with more than 40 advisers now operating across the UK. 

Terry Wolfendale, head of regional broking at Newable Finance, said: “Having worked closely with Shawbrook Bank since October last year, we have formed a strong relationship and are proud to be named as the latest member of Shawbrook’s strategic partner panel. This partnership and how quickly we have achieved this status, demonstrates our clear commitment to the property finance market, and we look forward to the additional support we can provide thousands of customers in the years to come as a result.”

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