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Mortgages PLC receives notification of full authorisation

Trevor Pothecary, group chief executive says: “Everyone at Mortgages plc has worked hard over the course of the last year to prepare the business for regulation and we are now finally ready. We have an excellent product line-up, can promise a fast and efficient service and have a team of knowledgeable staff on hand to help packagers and brokers.”

Mortgages plc network subsidiary, Genesis, has also received its Part IV permission notice this week.

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