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ATOM appoints onsite underwriter

All Types of Mortgages has appointed an onsite underwriter from DB Mortgages.

Dale Jannels, sales & marketing director at AToM, says: “We are delighted to further extend our onsite lending presence to 14 with the inclusion of db mortgages.

“Service is key to our strategy and having an onsite underwriter ensures we have no delays.

“DB Mortgages have provided a superb underwriter and some superb exclusive Professional Mortgage Packagers Alliance products.

“We look forward to working closely with them moving forward.”

Mark Bergin, director of sales and marketing at DB Mortgages, says: “DB Mortgages is fully committed to packagers and we believe that we will be adding value to both AToM and their brokers as a result of this arrangement.”

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