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Bank of Ireland adds Sesame to its intermediary panel

Bank of Ireland has opened up its intermediary distribution with the addition of Sesame to its panel.

The lender re-entered the broker market under its own brand last December, first distributing through LSL estate agency subsidiaries Reeds Rains, Your Move and Embrace Mortgage Services. It then opened up to First Complete, Openwork and Intrinsic this year.

BoI continues to fund the Post Office’s mortgages.

BoI director of sales for UK mortgages Alison Pallett says: “This partnership adds another top-performing network of mortgage advisers offering our products to their customers.

“Working with the very best brokers has always been our key goal and it is a source of great pride that we can name Sesame as one of our trusted partners across the UK.

“This stands as a testament to the hard work and dedication of people we have put in place to ensure we best serve the brokers we work alongside.”

Sesame Bankhall Group managing director of mortgages John Cupis says: “We are very pleased to form this partnership as our goal is always to be able to offer our customers the very best financial products available across the market.

“Together with Bank of Ireland for Intermediaries, we are well placed to meet this requirement and our intention is to build on this collaboration over the years.” 



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