Press release: TAB becomes NACFB patron
Specialist lender TAB has become the newest patron of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB).
Established in 1992, the NACFB is a trade body for business finance intermediaries. The addition of TAB gives the NACFB’s membership base access to the lenders’ innovative short term finance products, further broadening the funding options available to them.
TAB said it had joined the NACFB as a lender patron as it looks to develop new relationships with brokers.
We joined the NACFB to become part of the largest independent – and not-for-profit – trade association dedicated solely to commercial finance professionals. NACFB membership sets the standards for customer care within the commercial finance industry and we are delighted to partner with them. We look forward to bringing our unique focus on technology and product offering to the members and are also keen to support the NACFB and ensure the industry has a voice. We want the NACFB to help us facilitate positive engagements with new brokers, and help us generate new business leads — as part of this partnership we will enjoy access to an unrivalled database of commercial finance brokers, including the chance to target specific markets and locations, and utilise our extensive communication and media channels. This partnership is well timed with our upcoming commercial mortgage product. As such, this will go towards supporting our commercial growth. Duncan Kreeger, Founder and CEO of TAB
Increasingly, our members and their SMEs clients are choosing to work with lenders who have strong ESG principles. Providers of commercial property finance solutions, TAB will fit in well with both the NACFB community and our ethos. We’re delighted to welcome them. Norman Chambers, Managing Director of NACFB
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About TAB: Since inception, TAB has originated over £365m of bridging loan investments. TAB’s foundations are built on the key values of trust and transparency. Duncan Kreeger is the CEO and founder.
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