London Credit at CFE2019

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It was yet another successful event for London Credit at the NACFB (National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers) Commercial Finance Expo.

The event, now in its 10th year took place at Birmingham’s NEC on Wednesday 19th of June. Having cemented itself as a highlight event in the commercial finance calendar, this years Commercial Finance Expo played host to an estimated 150 exhibitors and a record 2,500 guests.

London Credit’s Head of Underwriting, namely Marios Theophanous, as well as our Business Development Managers, Andy Georgiou and Chris Stylianides enjoyed a day of success nurturing existing relationships and building exciting new contacts in the industry.


After a day of discussing all things bridging at the London Credit Coffee Cart, we look forward to using the contacts and insights exchanged at the CFE2019 for the benefit of our clients.

LondonCredit  Team at Cfe2019
21 June 2019


Increasingly, buy-to-let landlords are looking at the yields that others are getting from Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) with envy.


As we continue to mentally readjust to life after the worst of the pandemic, we find the property development market at an interesting place in time. As far as interest in bridging goes, things are recovering well. At London Credit for example, we are receiving a constant stream of enquiries from brokers.


Capital cities are usually – but not always (think Canberra) – the economic epicentre and cultural lifeblood of a country. For the UK, London is so much more than that. It is a genuine ‘world city’ and in surveys its inhabitants often say they feel more affinity to residents of New York than Leeds or Birmingham, for example.


Speak to anyone in the specialist market at the moment, and you’ll get a similar story. The desire from investors to purchase property, whether with the intention of doing it up and selling it on or retaining it for the long term, is as strong as ever.


There is a real feeling of business getting back to normal at the moment across the bridging industry. It’s not just because of the excellent levels of activity we are still seeing, even after that first Stamp Duty holiday has passed, but also because of the return to face-to-face industry events.