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PMS launches new proposition

Premier Mortgage Service unveiled today its new proposition for the mortgage market.

The new service will offer the existing full mortgage aggregation service of the PMS club, plus mortgage compliance and protection panels. This will be underpinned by a specifically designed IT platform.

PMS is also offering a 25% discount to join the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries for all those who take up the service.

John Malone, managing director of PMS, says: Our enhanced service comes at a time when there are many concerns within the industry about the stability of networks.

“We are absolutely certain that our new proposition will suit developing businesses without the restrictions and risks associated to mortgage networks and other mortgage distributors.

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