The specialist lender has now completed its second year of granting bridging loans in Spain, with bridging loan originations up on the €23m (approximately £19.6m) registered in 2018.
Fiduciam entered new Spanish regions in 2019 — including Catalonia and Castilla-la Mancha — and also doubled the size of its Spanish market team from four to eight.
“We have a strong pipeline for the beginning of the year, and we are planning to surpass our 2019 lending milestone,” said Cristina Villén, Fiduciam’s originator for Spain.
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“There is a large untapped demand for our loans in Spain and we are becoming increasingly well known in the market for our unique offering.
“Clearly 2020 will be a more challenging year than 2019, but we are entirely ready for it having built a very strong team in 2019.”
Johan Groothaert, CEO at Fiduciam, added: “We have invested substantial resources in tailoring our loan offering and solutions for the Spanish market that, together with our investment in our Spanish team, is clearly paying off.”
Pictured above (l-r): Marta Miró, Cristina Villén, Yasmeen Dufils, Maria Pilar, Carmen Sanchez, Sandra Rozas, Andrea Atilano and Ana Diaz