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Wesleyan picks MTE as sourcing system

Wesleyan Financial Services has selected Mortgage Brain and the Mortgage Trading Exchange as its exclusive mortgage sourcing, point-of-sale and electronic trading solutions provider.

The partnership sees Wesleyan exclusively using Mortgage Brain and the MTE to support its 233 financial consultants.

Sam Porter, head of sales operations at Wesleyan, says: “We are pleased to have selected Mortgage Brain and the MTE as our partner for providing mortgage sourcing and electronic trading solutions.

“We compared all the systems available in the market and Mortgage Brain and the MTE were streets ahead in terms of product data accuracy and electronic trading capabilities.

“The level of service our advisers will be able to offer will exceed customer expectations.”

Wesleyan says its users will also benefit from a faster and more efficient mortgage application process. Using the platform its users can electronically complete and submit Key Facts Illustrations and full applications. And for AIPs they can receive a decision in under a minute from lenders accounting for over 60% of all mortgages sold in the UK.

Mark Lofthouse, chief executive officer of Mortgage Brain and the MTE, says: “Wesleyan Financial Services is a respected and successful company that is clearly committed to delivering the highest quality of service.

“It offers an extensive range of products and services to its customers and we are delighted it has selected Mortgage Brain and the MTE. We look forward to working with it for many years to come.”


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