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AMI to elect new board members

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The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries will hold board elections in November.

AMI board directors are re-elected every three years, and existing members can stand again.

This year the trade body will appoint one individual each from a regional firm, national firm, broker network and mortgage club.

Any broker member of AMI in one of these categories can nominate one of their management team to stand.

Individuals must complete a nomination form and be nominated by an AMI member from the same constituency.

Nomination forms must be returned to AMI by 1 November.

A contested election will take place if more than one AMI member applies for each position.

The results will be announced on 30 November.

AMI chief executive Robert Sinclair says: “Members wishing to serve as AMI board members must be committed advocates of the intermediary distribution channel and prepared to represent not just their own constituents but the entire mortgage intermediary profession.

“We hope AMI members will want to contribute to the trade body’s work and shape our ongoing agenda by standing for election.”

Nomination forms can be emailed to info@a-m-i.org.uk.

Regional firms are classed as having between 6 and 100 advisers. National firms have more than 100 advisers.

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