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Montlake and Whyte join AMI board

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries has appointed Coreco’s Andrew Montlake and Whyte Financial’s John Whyte to the board as practitioner members.

Montlake is the director of Coreco Group and Whyte is an independent mortgage adviser with Whyte Financial.

AMI chief executive Robert Sinclair says: “The Board felt it was important at this time to ensure that we heard more opinions from those who face the daily task of matching customers to products and working with lenders to ensure customers can get a mortgage. These are testing times and by adding this practical perspective it will further strengthen AMI’s ability to fully represent all firms.”

Practitioner members are brokers who spend at least 70 per cent of their time with customers.


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