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Prestige Finance

Prestige Finance mortgages are loans secured on properties, so only home owners can apply. Customers with a poor credit history may still be accepted for a secured loan from Prestige.

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About Prestige Finance

Prestige Finance was originally founded as a loans management company in the 1980s, but it has grown and evolved and is now a well-established second charge mortgage lender in the UK.


Prestige Finance was acquired by the OneSavings Bank plc in 2012. OneSavings Bank plc was formed when the Kent Reliance Building Society was recapitalised by private equity group, J C Flowers.



Prestige Finance is just one of the trading names the OneSavings Bank plc trades under in the UK. Other trading names of OneSavings Bank plc are Kent Reliance, InterBay Commercial and Heritable Development Finance. OneSavinsg bank was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2014.



Prestige Finance is based in Bushey,  Hertfordshire. The company can be contacted via their website, by telephone, or by visiting the office in Bushey.

Members of the public cannot apply directly for Prestige Finance mortgages.

The company only deals with the intermediary sector, so customers wishing to find out more about Prestige Finance mortgages need to speak to their mortgage advisor.


The company is a specialist lender for customers wishing to apply for second charge loans on their property. The FCA regulates prestige Finance.

Borrowers do not necessarily need to have a perfect credit rating in order to qualify for a Prestige Finance mortgage.

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