Happy Birthday Access 4 Finance

Robyn Hall

July 17, 2013

Since its launch last July the company has grown to become one of the most talked about brokerages in the industry.

Co-director Scott Thorpe said: “We’re delighted to celebrate our first year and would like to thank all our key partners and introducers for their continued support.

“From the start our main objectives have been to be the brokerage that people can trust – we are now a year down and were delighted to announce we stuck to all our promises.”

Nick Jones, national sales manager at Blemain Group, said: “We’re delighted Access 4 Finance chose us as one of their key partners to use for their enquiries.

“Over the last 12 months we have worked closely in partnership on their quality packaging along with our innovative product offerings and that has resulted in increased completions.

“We look forward to continuing to work with the company to build on what is already a strong relationship.”

Access 4 Finance founder and fellow co-director Dan Barker added: “When Scott first approached me a year ago with his proposition I was impressed not only with the financials but with the fact that he wanted to do something genuinely different for his future introducers.

“It sounds simple but by asking our introducers what they want we have been able to develop a master brokerage which complements our existing retail finance side of the business that introducers feel the positive benefit from dealing with.”

Since launch all Access 4 Finance’s introducers have been paid the same day it has received its cleared funds.

Thorpe added: “We always knew cash flow is the main concern for brokers so we never dreamed of paying an introducer a month in arrears. We have always being on call 24/7 for our introducers and clients.

“We have diversified into other areas for our introducers and we can now place bridging, commercial and first and second charge buy-to-let products. We wanted to pay out the deals as quickly as possible and our current record payout is 10 days for a £40,000 secured loan.”

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