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Complete FS signs Kensington to lender panel

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Packager Complete FS is adding Kensington to its lending panel.

Complete FS will provide Kensington’s range of residential and buy-to-let products, as well as a 90 per cent LTV residential product.

Rates on the 90 per cent product start at 4.89 per cent for a two-year fixed rate and 5.19 per cent for a three-year fixed rate.

Complete FS director, Tony Salentino says: “Kensington has been a consistent supporter of the intermediary market and has been at the forefront of innovation and service during that time. It was one of the first lenders to embrace the concept of supporting packagers and we are thrilled to be working with them and I know our introducers will enjoy the benefits of this forward-thinking lender.”

Kensington head of sales and distribution Steve Griffiths says: “We are really looking forward to working with Complete FS on distributing our core range and developing new products to provide more options for their introducers in the future.”

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