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MFB launch white label marketing materials

Mortgages for Business has launched a new range of white label marketing support materials for business partners enabling them to customise information sent out to clients.

The materials include an exclusive products brochure, a Keystone Mortgages product sheet and a mortgage best buy table.

Nick Blunt, head of business partner development at Mortgages for Business, says: “This is a useful set of tools for our business partners as information can be collated and presented either on screen or as a hard copy which is up to date 24/7 and carries their contact details for the client’s reference.

“We have signed up a significant number of new broker partners and business partners since the launch of our new services at the beginning of the year. Our broker search tool Bluesky has proved very popular and has been rated very highly by our partners. We will continue to provide the best support tools available in the market for brokers and their buy to let clients”.

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