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Personal Touch launches edeus to members

Personal Touch Financial Services officially launched edeus to its members at its inaugural mortgage and protection forum in Birmingham last week.

The edeus launch included a suite of exclusive products such as a buy-to-let deal based on a 100% rental calculation up to 90% LTV. There is also a 95% self-cert product and a range of exclusive sub-prime deals.

Dev Malle, director of mortgage distribution at PTFS, says: “The reaction from our members was excellent.

“A combination of edeus’ slick processes and a comprehensive selection of exclusive products with market-leading criteria was well received by the members at our first mortgage and protection forum.”

Richard Keen, director of key accounts at edeus, says: “We are de-lighted to be working with a forward thinking and progressive network such as PTFS. The support we have had already from its members has been superb and a number of cases were offered within 24 hours.”

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