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The Adviser Alliance unveils 23 lenders on panel


New equitable mortgage club The Adviser Alliance has announced the 23 lenders on its panel.

The lenders include Halifax, Barclays, Leeds Building Society, Nationwide, Santander and Skipton Building Society.

TAA founder Martin Stewart says he expects to see more lenders join soon.

TAA co-founder Matthew Arena says: “The announcement of our panel is a big step forward for us.

“We know brokers have been keen to find out the names of the lenders we will be working with, and I’m thrilled we can now reveal the panel.”

The alliance is still taking broker registrations but will limit total membership to 250 to guarantee service levels.

TAA is set to start trading in early July.

Click here to read a full Q&A with Stewart and Arena about their plans for the future of TAA.


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