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Network Data adds edeus to direct to lender panel

Edeus are the latest addition to Network Data’s direct to lender panel.

Network Datas appointed representatives and directly authorised brokers will have access to edeus specialist product range including sub-prime, near prime to heavy and buy to let with multiple rental calculations, income and adverse options, and true self-certification.

This addition takes Network Datas Direct to Lender panel to 78 Lenders.

Richard Keen, director of key accounts at edeus, says: “I am looking forward to working in close partnership with Network Data. We are 100% dedicated to intermediaries so have created a new and ground-breaking experience”

George Fleming, Network Datas lender partnership manager, says: “I am delighted to be able to announce we will be adding edeus to our Direct to Lender panel, and am confident their proposition when fully disclosed to the marketplace will have a very positive impact, adding value to our AR and DA brokers.

“We are working closely in partnership with the management team at edeus in order to provide a technology driven proposition that encompasses highly innovative and competitive products along with a co-ordinated marketing campaign to help promote the edeus proposition.

“The mortgage market has evolved quite dramatically over the last 10 years and this has been accelerated by the emergence of specialist Lenders. The arrival of edeus will, I am sure, look to continue that evolution to the benefit of the industry”.


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