NACFB confirms all 2024 sponsors

Complete roster of commercial lenders back trade body

LONDON, Tuesday 5th December – The NACFB has confirmed a full roster of 13 lender sponsors for 2024. Following the announcement earlier this week that NatWest has been welcomed as the trade body’s headline, the NACFB is pleased to announce 12 more lender support sponsors.

The full 2024 sponsor line-up is a blend of industry leaders and innovative financial institutions, including NatWest as the headline sponsor, bolstered by an impressive array of support sponsors: Aldermore, Allica Bank, Cambridge & Counties Bank, Funding Circle, Haydock Finance, LendInvest, Lloyds Bank, Market Financial Solutions (MFS), OSB Group, Shawbrook Bank, Time Finance, and YBS Commercial Mortgages.

As existing Patrons of the NACFB, the lenders already receive unrivalled access to the UK’s largest accredited network of commercial finance brokers alongside access to all events and publications. In becoming next year’s support sponsors, the lenders further guarantee enhanced visibility and promotion throughout the NACFB community.

NACFB Chair, Paul Goodman reflected on next year’s sponsor roster: “For the NACFB to attract such titans of commercial lending to support its endeavours in 2024 is testament to just how far the trade body has come. These lenders recognise and embrace the power of intermediary-led lending and I have no doubts that they will reap the benefits of forging closer ties with the broker community’s biggest and best trade Association.”

Norman Chambers, NACFB managing director said: “Next year’s sponsors feature a host of both new and familiar names spanning the full spectrum of commercial lending products. These lenders will benefit from increased visibility through all NACFB outputs next year from the flagship Commercial Finance Expo to all publications.

“The NACFB will also benefit from their direct feedback on the intermediary community, ensuring collective agility as well as real-time steering to counter and adapt to market developments,” Norman concluded.

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