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Clayton Euro Risk to launch insurance solutions for mortgage market
Europe’s leading provider of risk analysis on mortgage and asset finance partners with Lime Risk Agency
February 22, 2017: Clayton Euro Risk, Europe’s leading provider of risk analysis on mortgage and asset finance, has joined forces with specialist insurance provider Lime Risk Agency. The new relationship allows Clayton Euro Risk to offer its clients insurance products aimed at mitigating mortgage and property risks.
Under the new arrangement, Clayton Euro Risk becomes an FCA-approved Introducer Representative of Lime Risk Agency, which allows it to introduce its clients to Lime Risk’s bespoke insurance risk solutions for originators, sellers and investors in residential and commercial mortgages. Lime Risk is acknowledged as the leading expert in the development and provision of insurance structures for mortgage risk.
Tony Ward, CEO & President of Clayton Euro Risk, said, “This is all about offering our clients the most comprehensive service possible. We already help our clients mitigate their credit and financial risks using a range of techniques, but there are occasions on which traditional insurance products are a useful tool. We believe that by combining our capabilities, expertise and resources with those of Lime Risk, we’ll gain a deeper understanding of the risks faced by mortgage players and funders. We can then deliver solutions tailored to those needs whether in support of origination, portfolio sale, acquisition or securitisation. This is a unique offering in today’s due diligence and analytics market.”
Speaking about Lime Risk, he said, “We chose to work with the team at Lime Risk because of their extensive experience in the sector and their provision of genuinely bespoke rather than ‘off the shelf’ solutions. This approach is far better suited to the real and often complex needs of our clients.”
Paul Rogers, founder and director of Lime Risk, said, “Working with Clayton Euro Risk will be critical in helping clients understand the debt and capital benefits of the rated insurance structures we provide and to address previous concerns on certainty of cover and timing of payments.”
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