This brings the total issuance of notes backed by new originations since 2015 close to £2bn.
EPICC provides insurance brokers with a secure, compliant and personalised online payment gateway that enables them to offer their clients choice in how to pay for their insurance premiums.
The event will provide a range of exhibitors including lenders, distributors, networks, insurance providers and technology companies.
The proportion of landlords planning to take out commercial loans rose from 10% in July 2015 to 19% at the end of last year.
Overall new lending rose by 6.3% £13.8bn in the year to January.
In terms of rental yield, capital gains, rental price growth and number of transactions in the last 12 months Romford was the top postcode, ahead of Luton, Dartford, Rochester and Watford.
Few events exercise the emotions of the commercial community in Scotland more than the periodic revaluations undertaken to determine the level of business rates, and this year is no exception.
More and more lenders over the last few weeks have started to pay Product Transfer fees.
The society saw lending introduced by intermediaries reach £186m, with it doubling the number it worked with.
“You clearly have a lender that spent the Christmas period buffing its shiny red chassis and planning astutely for a fast start in 2017.”