A Finance Broker within your business
Would your clients benefit from credit advice?
Are your clients asking for lending services?
Are you referring lending opportunities to other businesses?
If the answer to any of these questions is YES, then this is the opportunity for you. Partnering with Bright Capital Finance is a unique way to enter the mortgage finance broking industry, or to expand and diversify your current business’ service through the provision of credit services.
Bright Capital Finance help a range of businesses add mortgage broking to their existing business model. Our national network of finance brokers includes many financial planning, conveyancing, real estate, and accounting practices.
Many of our partners have taken advantage of adding mortgage finance to their business leading to a far higher return on staff overheads.
Our flexible approach allows you to maintain your own business identity whilst adding a broking service to your existing business without the additional compliance requirement.
Our benefits for referral partners
Our service provides your business with a strong additional revenue stream, but also offers an important strategic aspect to your business. In the wake of reduced margins and commissions across financial planning and other industries, many are now looking at providing alternate services, with a view to diversifying their own revenue base. Such a move highlights the importance of providing broader client solutions and building additional revenue sources that have minimal impact on your existing business.
Free service with no volume requirements
The service offered by Bright Capital Finance with its panel of lenders is provided free of charge to your clients. We provide referral partners with a range of leading commission structures designed to suit a range of businesses regardless of the frequency of use.
Protect your clients from cross sales
Have you ever referred a client direct to a local lender or a mortgage broker only to find that the bank cut you out of the process and offered the client a product or service that competes with your core business activity?
We see numerous examples of where this happens across the industry. We have developed clear guide lines with our lending partners to ensure that your clients do not receive product offers or services that compete with those offered by your business.