Sesame Bankhall Group said the move recognises the increased need for specialist lending post-pandemic.
The product allows for up to 100% cost of works funded in arrears and can include additional drawdown options for potential future planning permissions.
The master broker currently has a similar deal with the comparison site for secured loans.
Brokers will be able to access Black & White directly, but for those using third-party distributors, Damien Druce, commercial director at Black & White, has recommended Loans Warehouse.
Aspen generated £150m in formal decisions in principle (DIPs) from January to April 2021, with the strong pipeline continuing throughout April and into May.
Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) has promoted Andrea Glasgow to business development director.
Its 75% LTV product is now available at 0.75%, and its 70% LTV product is offered at 0.70%.
In addition to the new specialist lending panel, PMS and Sesame members also have access to two existing referral services for equity release business from Age Partnership and Key Partnerships, along with a self-build support packaging option from Buildloan.
Mint Property Finance has appointed Stephen Cunningham, Andy Dunn, Marc Williams and Lee Green.
West served two terms as a board director of the Association of Short-Term lenders (ASTL) between 2015-2019 and has held senior roles at lenders such as GE Capital.