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Money Partners appointed to TMW panel

The Mortgage Warehouse, the Kent-based mortgage packager, has appointed specialist lender Money Partners to its lending panel, effective immediately.

Colin Bailey, head of sales at TMW, says: “We have been keenly watching Money Partners since the company launched on M-Day last year with a view to working together.

“We were particularly attracted to the comprehensive range of products on offer through this business relationship, covering variable, fixed rate and discounted products, all with strong LTV ratios.”

“Our relationship with Money Partners has been secured at a time of great change for TMW, as we look to rebrand in late 2005 and focus more exclusively on the packaging side of the business.

“I am confident that with Money Partners reputation for excellent intermediary service, we will benefit from the right level of support throughout these changes.”

Adam Henry, sales and marketing director at Money Partners, adds: “TMW is a highly professional operation with huge business potential. We are confident that this partnership will deliver significant mutual benefit.

“Were delighted to be added to TMWs lender panel, and we look forward to working closely with Colin and the team as the business continues to grow.”

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