Launched earlier this year, the bridging finance lender is based in Mayfair, London.
Colin Sanders, CEO at Tuscan Capital (pictured above), said that over recent years, the ASTL had made itself an indispensable feature of the bridging landscape.
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“In addition to helping forge a strong collective identity for the sector, it has played a pivotal part in raising standards, while providing a robust lobbying voice for members.
“I and the whole Tuscan team look forward to reacquainting ourselves with Benson and Kay [Woolley] and to playing a full and active role within the Association.”
Benson Hersch, chief executive at the ASTL, added: “Tuscan Capital [is] a new provider of short-term bridging finance, but [has] years of experience within the team, with a deep understanding of the intricacies of the short-term lending market.
“[It is] a strong addition to our growing membership at the ASTL and we look forward to working together.”