The existing provider panel is made up of personal loan lenders.
This is the latest move by Loans Warehouse into the personal loans space.
The change applies to its prime product range, while loans are available from £7,500 to a maximum of £100,000 including fees.
Clever+ allows for 24/7 case tracking, application document uploads and has the ability to provide case updates by text and email.
The Which? Financial Services operation sent out a note to its key partners today, which has been seen by Mortgage Introducer.
UTB has chosen Connect for Intermediaries to help it expand its distribution across its specialist mortgage and bridging lines. UTB will lend against many property types and will accept employed, self-employed and pension income.
The programme is supported by Goldman Sachs Private Capital and was originally launched in January 2017 to fund the origination of residential and commercial bridging loans.
Around 30% of consumers miss out on cheaper mortgages that are just as suitable, costing them an estimated £550 a year.