Finsure’s lending panel has a brand new addition: an progressive new lender that provides socially accountable lending, Salt & Lime.
Finsure CEO Simon Bednar mentioned Salt & Lime becoming a member of the aggregator’s increasing dealer community will improve the group’s asset finance providing because of the lender’s suite of secured automobile finance and private mortgage merchandise.
“What makes Salt & Lime so distinctive is they’re all about serving to their clients enhance their monetary literacy and wellbeing with a socially accountable method to lending,” Bednar mentioned.
Damien Thompson (pictured above left), Finsure’s head of diversified partnerships, mentioned Finsure was thrilled to be partnering with Salt & Lime.
“Salt & Lime’s method to lending is a game-changer on this house as they empower their clients to pay down their loans faster via incentives for interest-rate reductions,” Thompson mentioned. “They have additionally compiled brief on-line modules that, as soon as accomplished by the shoppers, will set off a reduction of their mortgage. This ends in comfortable, higher educated, and extra engaged clients.”
Mark Woolnough (pictured above proper), Salt & Lime’s head of distribution, mentioned the corporate was happy to make its education-first, socially accountable lending platform, and fee-free choices accessible to the Finsure Group dealer community.
“With such a clear and customer-centric method, we’re delighted to be welcomed onto the Finsure Group lender panel and turn out to be an choice of confidence for extra brokers, secure within the information their clients will likely be supported with their monetary wellbeing,” Woolnough mentioned.
“We provide many helpful instruments, private assist, and informational blogs to assist information our clients on the trail to a stronger monetary standing.”
Woolnough, a former CoreLogic gross sales govt with greater than three a long time of expertise in gross sales technique and management, together with as chief gross sales officer at Plenti, joined Salt & Lime in Could to spearhead its dealer and distribution technique. The corporate mentioned then in a media launch that Woolnough’s appointment marks a step ahead in Salt&Lime’s dedication to the dealer house.
Salt&Lime was based in 2021 by Will Kiln, Woolnough’s former colleague at ING.
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