Amicus, the London based short-term funder completed £67m worth of completions with over £30m in March alone in the first quarter of 2015.
Keith Aldridge, managing director at Amicus, said: “We have been planning for considerable growth for the last 12 months and so we are delighted that our first quarter performance has reinforced our confidence that 2015 should see us achieve a 10% share of what continues to be a growing market.
“This 26% improvement on the fourth quarter of 2014 is testimony to the trust our distributors have in the Amicus proposition and reinforces our belief that all our stakeholder partners are contributing to our sustained growth.
Julian Ingall, director at Coreco Specialist Finance, said: “Over the last 12 months we have seen the levels of business we have placed with Amicus increase considerably as our relationship has strengthened. This has been mainly because Tom Thomas is part of a strong underwriting team who rarely fail to understand the often complicated explanations that usually accompany a short term lending case”.