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Pink adds Principality to lending panel

Pink Home Loans has added Principality to its panel of mortgage lenders.

Neil Hoare, sales and marketing director at Pink Home Loans, says: “We have received many requests from our customers to add Principality to our panel of lenders, I’m therefore very confident that they will be a very welcome addition for our appointed representatives.”

Hoare adds; “In the current economic climate, to be able to expand our panel and offer our ARs greater choice is positive news. The Society’s robust performance in 2008 proves that it has strong foundations to endure the current market conditions and we look forward to working with them going forward.”

Jason Newsway, head of intermediary sales at Principality, says: “We are delighted with the appointment to Pinks lender panel and thrilled that this is as a result of feedback from many of their advisors. We look forward to working closely with their advisors and management team to further strengthen our distribution capability and intermediary proposition.”


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