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RBS launches dedicated intermediary website

RBS Intermediary Partners has responded to broker feedback and launched a website that allows its partners to submit online applications for all four of its brands.

The website,, introduces online functionality for brokers for First Active, Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest and the One account.

As well as being able to track the process of applications submitted online, users will be able to generate online Key Facts Illustrations and agreements in principle.

Caroline Marsh, director of intermediary mortgages at RBS, says: “We have listened to our brokers and focussed our efforts on building a convenient and easy-to-use website.

“Our intermediary partners will only need one user name and password to submit business online for any of our four brands.”


Barry Meeks new MD of Pink

Skipton Group has today appointed Barry Meeks as the new managing director of its subsidiary Pink Home Loans.Meeks is an established name in the mortgage industry and has held a number of senior roles in the Skipton Group over recent years, notably as managing director of three subsidiary companies – HML, Amber Credit and most […]

Pink in tie-up with Conti

Pink Home Loans has struck a deal with Conti Fin-ancial Services as it looks to boost its presence in the overseas mortgage market.

Commercial First gets bond upgrade

Commercial First has had two of its securitised mortgage backed bonds upgraded as part of a performance review of its transactions by ratings agency Fitch Ratings.Mario Schmidt, associate director in Fitchs European structured finance department, says the upgrades “reflect the seasoning and the higher than originally modelled excess spread levels.Commercial Firsts Business Mortgage Finance 1 […]

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Product guide — health cash plans to suit all shapes and sizes

This guide, called ‘Health cash plans to suit all shapes and sizes’, provides information on Health Shield’s standard and tailored cash plans, which are designed to satisfy all business and employee needs. Each scheme can be offered on a voluntary, company-sponsored or flexible-benefits basis.


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