The updated products are available to all residential clients, with a number of products specifically targeted at remortgages, product transfers and further advances.
Robert Collins, a co-founder of Sirius in the UK, will establish the bespoke brokerage and debt advisory service in Auckland in the new year.
The products will be launched on Wednesday and close on Thursday at 8pm.
As part of the restructure Scott Thorpe (pictured) will step aside and be replaced by Andy Marsh.
Selina Finance offers overdraft-style credit facility up to £1m, enabling portfolio landlords to borrow against the equity tied up in their investment properties.
The product is launched as part of Foundation’s F1 range.
Dudley is in the process of a phased return to lending since it re-entered the market last month and is adding products in specific niche areas where it sees a steady demand.
The society has launched a scheme where a prospective first-time buyer will be provided with a newly refurbished property for a maximum of three years before being helped to raise the deposit for a mortgage.
The Society of Mortgage Professionals launched Associate Firm status last month.
Some 10,215 homes have been bought through the scheme since it was launched back in 2014.