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KGB adds Mortgage Express to panel

KGB Packaging has added Mortgage Express to its panel of lenders.

Brokers can now select KGB as a route for submission via a dropdown box on MEX’s website.

Rachel Bancroft, managing director of KGB, says: “MEX is acknowledged to be a market-leading lender in the buy-to-let and self-cert sectors, with attractive product features, such as all rates (excluding lifetime mortgages) being Bank of England base rate-linked and no higher lending charges on any products.

“MEX is a popular choice with brokers and we are delighted we can now offer this option to our regular brokers.”

Mark Collar, key accounts manager at MEX, says: ”We’re committed to forging strong relationships with our business partners, and we’re looking forward to working with KGB.

“Being part of their panel gives brokers, and ultimately customers, even greater choice and access to our award-winning products.”

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