From the "About" page:
The National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers was founded in 1992 in response to the growing incidence of fraud and is run by an elected Board of Directors supported by the Executive. It was formed in the belief that the establishment of measurable standards of proper professional practice in sourcing commercial funding was in the best interests of its SME customers, and vital to the integrity and future well-being of the industry.
Published within an Office of Fair Trading registered Code of Practice, these standards have been adopted by an increasing number of commercial finance and legal brokers.
The Chief Executive Adam Tyler was quoted criticizing the government's unwillingness to run a new Community Grants Programme, pointing out the potential of empty homes as targets for investment and thus for the services of the NACFB members.