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HSBC to sell through First Complete and Pink

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HSBC is now selling its mortgages through the First Complete and Pink networks.

The initial launch will give selected appointed representatives from both networks access to a dedicated helpdesk, HSBC’s underwriters and the full range of intermediary products.

First Complete and Pink mortgage manager Karen Hedges says: “With the intermediary market changing, it is important for us to give our brokers access to mainstream lenders that will help them offer the most competitive products to their customers.

“This partnership with HSBC will help to give our advisers the tools they need to succeed and we are looking forward to working alongside them as they develop their intermediary offering.”

HSBC head of mortgages Tracie Pearce says: “We are delighted to be partnering with one of the leading residential property services companies in the UK, we believe our brand and proposition will be a welcome addition to suit the needs of their customers.

“Our continued expansion ensures that more customers will have the opportunity to access HSBC’s products helping customers get a great deal on their mortgage.”

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