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Mosaic Club looks to expand panel

Following c2-financial’s withdrawal from the mortgage market, Mosaic Mortgage Club is looking to appoint additional packager partners to it’s panel.

It is also entering talks with several lenders who are still active in the specialist mortgage market.

Neil Williams, operations manager at Mosaic, says: “We now have an opportunity to give our members more options and choice to place their business, and are using feedback from our membership to help guide this decision, lenders and packagers who are popular with our members will be high on our list.

“Mosaic also has it’s sights firmly set on expanding the range of affiliates and products offered to it’s members.”

He adds: “Now is an ideal time to bring more providers on to our panel to compliment our mortgage revenues, for other products such as general insurance, secured loans, debt management and equity release to name a few.

“The aim is to help our members squeeze more income out of the business they are already doing, and with our simple Profit Share model and IT structures, we’re confident we can continue enhance these opportunities.”


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