In light of recent events, The Housing Finance Corporation would like to reassure borrowers and investors that there will be no disruption to our business in the coming months. We are well prepared to maintain full operational capacity in the event of widespread remote working, and do not foresee any interruption to our relationships with borrowers and investors.
THFC has been the lead aggregator in the sector for several decades and, as a long-term lender to housing associations, longevity is core to our business model. It is the reason so many HAs trust us to negotiate the markets for them, and the reason investors are attracted to our bond issues.
As the spread of Covid-19 continues, clearly the wellbeing of our clients and employees will be at the forefront of everything we do and we continue to adhere strictly to Government advice. Even in the face of unprecedented uncertainty we will continue to work hard to achieve the best outcomes for our borrowers and strengthen our relationships with the sector.
We would also like to remind our suppliers to send invoices to email@example.com. Due to remote working, invoices received by post will not be paid. With limited access to phone lines, please direct queries to the above email address until further notice.
This week, The Government guaranteed aggregator, Affordable Housing Finance (AHF) has priced a further two transactions under its £1bn EIB.
The Government guaranteed aggregator, Affordable Housing Finance (AHF), has sold the remainder of its outstanding retained bonds in two transactions..