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Swift release fixed products for RAMP

Swift has released new two and three-year fixed rates that are exclusively available to RAMP members.

The fixed rates are available for clients that have any level of arrears and CCJs.

John Rice, managing director of RAMP, says: Thanks to Swifts focus on individual underwriting carried out by real people and not machines, they are able to offer products that take into account all and any level of arrears, defaults or County Court judgements.

The launch of these products means that we are able to widen the spectrum of products available for members and the brokers submitting deals to them. Having a rounded and comprehensive range of products and product providers relies on working with specialists such as Swift.

John Webster, chief executive of Swift Group says: Its a great pleasure to work with RAMP and offer their members a choice of products at this specialist end of the market. Swift does not try to be all things to all men, but we do work with a passion to be the best in our chosen sectors.

Were looking forward to continuing to working with and supporting all RAMP members.


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