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AMI marks seven years of fighting brokers’ corner

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries is celebrating its seventh anniversary.

The not-for-profit organisation launched in April 2003 just ahead of mortgage regulation and has been fighting brokers’ corner ever since.

Chris Cummings, directorgeneral of AMI, says: “Through the ups and downs of the last seven years, AMI has been here to promote and protect the interests of our members with the regulator and lending community.

“It has been the support of our members that has sustained AMI and provided the strength to enhance its reputation.”

AMI is a The not-for-profit organisation. is funded by its members and industry supporters and is a not-for-profit organisation.



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