United Trust Bank

United Trust Bank is a bridging and development finance lender which provides products for commercial and private investors of almost any size and purpose

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1955

Established

12m

Max term

75k - 15m

Min/Max Loan

1st & 2nd

Charges

As a provider of commercial and private finance products, United Trust Bank is one of the few bridging lenders that can truly meet the needs of any client. Because United Bank offers a wide array of product types to suit many different applications, it is able to create loan terms that suit each individual client and each individual project. This flexibility is key when operating in the bridging finance sector, as it enables businesses and investors to take advantage of favourable financial conditions to expand both quickly and sustainably.

United Trust Bank offers a range of loans which are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, enabling it to take owner-occupied property as security when creating a loan package. This is a highly valuable option for many borrowers as it enables them to free up capital for other purposes, and makes United Trust Bank the first port of call for many different clients. The highly specialised nature of United Bank’s lending products also enables them to offer bespoke finance for professionals, including accountants, architects, doctors and barristers. These forms of finance are ideally suited to providing high-performing clients with the flexibility and financial stability they need to maintain their profitability.

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United Trust Bank
One Ropemaker Street
London
EC2 9AW

+44 207 190 5555

utbank.co.uk

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Frequently asked questions

What is a bridging loan?

A bridging loan is a short-term loan secured against property. It allows you or your business to “bridge a gap” until either longer-term finance can be arranged, or the underlying security or other assets can be sold.

What is commercial bridging finance?

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