The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries has appointed Scottish Widows Bank and The Chelsea Building Society have as the latest lenders to join its ranks.
Chris Cummings, director of AMI, says: “We are delighted to welcome both Scottish Widows Bank and the Chelsea Building Society to the Association. They have a thorough commitment to the intermediary mortgage market – and have made their desire to support brokers clear by joining AMI.”
Rob Golbourn, managing director of Scottish Widows Bank, says: “We took an early decision to join because of our very strong interest in the mortgage intermediary sector. As members of the Council of Mortgage Lenders we can see clearly that there is a key role to be played by a trade association looking after the intermediary side of the mortgage industry and developing relationships with regulators and others, particularly as we are entering a period of significant change.”
Marilyn Corke, general manager (sales) for Chelsea Building Society, says: “For many years now, the Chelsea has enjoyed a close and mutually beneficial relationship with mortgage intermediaries. We devote a lot of time to refining our products and services to better meet their needs.
“When we were invited to become an Associate Member of AMI we were delighted to be able to lend our support as a logical extension to the work we do with intermediaries.”