This is a press release by the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB), originally posted here.
The NACFB can confirm that Allica Bank will be the Association’s headline sponsor for 2022. A further twelve lender Patrons have also been welcomed as this year’s support sponsors.
This year’s support sponsors are: Aldermore, Cambridge & Counties Bank, Funding Circle, Haydock Finance, InterBay Commercial, LendInvest, Lloyds Bank, MFS, Precise Mortgages, Shawbrook Bank, Together, and YBS Commercial Mortgages. Allica takes over from Lloyds Bank, who had been the Association’s headline sponsor for the last three years.
The Association’s headline sponsor receives the highest level of visibility and promotion throughout the NACFB community. Support sponsors benefit from enhanced branding exposure at NACFB flagship events and other key platforms.
Commenting on their headline sponsorship and all it entails, Nick Baker at Allica said: “We’re delighted to be named as headline sponsor of the NACFB. The Association and its Members have been a huge support to Allica since we opened our doors and have been a pivotal part of our growth journey.
“We’re especially pleased to be able to pay that forward now by strengthening our partnership with the NACFB, who have proven themselves to be a vital voice for championing the interests of brokers and businesses alike. The whole Allica team look forward to working with the NACFB on their plans for 2022 and beyond.”
The Association’s managing director, Norman Chambers, said: “We were thrilled when Allica agreed to become our headline sponsors for 2022. We have watched Nick and the team develop from the outset and I know just how valued their proposition is by our Members – we are incredibly grateful for their support.
“Allica are joined by some of the industry’s brightest and best lenders through the support of 12 further sponsors. The complete line-up spans the full spectrum of commercial lending, and their quality demonstrates just how vital the intermediary route to market remains for both lenders and SMEs alike,” Norman added.