How Bridging Finance can be used for more than just chain breaks


On Wednesday (31st May), Bridging & Commercial will host its next virtual roundtable, in partnership with Together.

The interactive event will start at 11am and will be moderated by Medianett Publishing’s deputy editor (print), Andreea Dulgheru.

The topic will be: ‘Alternative uses for bridging finance’.

Together’s director of intermediary sales for commercial finance Tanya Elmaz will be joined by Laura Toke, bridging relationship director at SPF Private Clients; John Hardman, managing director at Fluent Bridging; Tom Frank, director at Ice Cubed Property Finance; and Joseph Aston, sales and commercial director at Aria Finance.

During the event, the panellists will discuss how the most popular uses for bridging finance — outside of the traditional chain break — have changed over the past 12 months, as well as how borrower profiles and reasons for applying for bridging finance have evolved over the past year.

The experts will also talk about what brokers and borrowers should look out for when selecting a lender for more complex requirements.

Registration is open and free to attend by all professionals working in the sector.

The panel will be taking questions during the event and attendees are encouraged to get involved.

It will also be available to watch after 31st May on B&C.

Commenting ahead of the event, Tanya said: “I am incredibly excited to be joining this roundtable, and to have the opportunity to discuss in detail the current landscape of bridging.

“We are seeing more and more uses for bridging — whether it be for refurbishment, development exits, or auction purchases — so making sure we share our knowledge and experience with the industry is essential.

“At Together, we expect to see many exciting developments in bridging over the next 12 months, and I am looking forward to sharing some of our thoughts and insights with other top industry experts during the roundtable.”

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