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Saffron teams up with Phoebus software

Saffron has implemented Phoebus Software for the origination and servicing of mortgage equity release loans.

Jon Hall, finance director of Saffron, says: “For us, choosing Phoebus Software was a straightforward decision. It is a widely respected package which fits closely with our business requirements. The flexibility of the Phoebus Software and team were key drivers in our decision making process. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial working partnership.”

Robert Lintonbon, managing director of Phoebus Software’s, says: “We are very pleased to welcome ‘Saffron’ as a new Phoebus building society client. We are continuing to enjoy substantial interest in our range of products, especially from societies who wish to diversify their product range.

“Our in depth business knowledge, coupled with our ability to deliver innovative rental software, has led to the acquisition of a number of new clients. We look forward now to a long term partnership with Saffron.”

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