Charter Court is one of the leading, and fastest-growing, specialist mortgage lenders in the UK. The company has grown in response to high demand from customers for value, service, specialist mortgages and savings products.
The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and in the FTSE 250.
Charter Court Financial Services Products and Services
Charter Court Financial Services works to provide retail savings services, specialist mortgages and mortgage administration, and credit analysis services.
The first strand of Charter Court Financial Services, Precise Mortgages, offers a range of specialist mortgage products:
Residential (landlords, HMOs)
Bridging finance (short-term, fast turnaround)
Second charge loans (using property already owned to raise capital)
The second strand of the business, Charter Savings Bank, is an online banking service offering competitive savings services.
Savers who don’t need instant access to their money can choose a fixed rate bond of up to five years; whatever period you choose, any money deposited will earn a fixed rate of interest for the entire period covered by the bond. Of course, instant access savings accounts are also available.
For customers who may need to make withdrawals but don’t need instant access to their money, Charter Court also offers notice accounts – these earn higher rates of interest than instant access accounts but require a notice period for withdrawals.
The bank also offers fixed rate, notice and instant access ISAs.
The third strand of the company, Exact Mortgages Experts, administers mortgages provided by the Precise Mortgages arm and selected third party companies. It also offers credit consultancy to organisations and institutions. EME is Fitch rated.
Charter Court Financial Services Awards
Charter Court Financial Services was ranked 6th in the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For 2018, the third consecutive year the company has appeared on the list. It was also named to the London Stock Exchange Group 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain list in 2017.
Security at Charter Court Financial Services
Charter Court Financial Services is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority