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PMS online platform offers tailored service

Premier Mortgage Service last month launched an online platform which it says offers full mortgage aggregation services as well as a complete back office system.

The platform offers mortgage compliance and protection panels as well as integrated links to Trigold and Mortgage Brain to provide a single trading portal.

PMS says with regulation becoming more and more of a concern for mortgage intermediaries it anticipates a more tailored approach to compliance services will be required rather than what it calls the “one size fits all” approach adopted by many mortgage networks.

John Malone, managing director of PMS, says: “Having announced our intentions to the market a few months ago, we are delighted to say that many existing and prospective members have expressed an interest in signing up to the new proposition as soon as it goes live.

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


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