Personal Touch Packaging is the first firm to sign up for LMS’ new remortgaging service for packagers.The LMS system is designed to make remortgaging easier and a better experience for clients through the use of features such as automated documentation and personal contact. Rob Jupp, managing director of Personal Touch, says: “The system is fully automated and takes seconds, rather than hours or days, to process information. It collates data at the front end and pre-fills questionnaires to make the process easier for everyone.” Dominic Toller, director of marketing and new business at LMS, says: “The system is revolutionary, not only in dramatically cutting time, cost and effort, but also in giving clients personal contact and offering packagers the flexibility to provide fees- free products through a number of options.”
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The Financial Services Authority has issued a consultation paper outlining a new proposal to merge the customer functions in the approved persons regime in response to feedback from the industry. This feedback from retail and wholesale firms follows the publication of a consultation paper in July 2005 detailing a series of proposals to streamline and […]
Flexible-mortgage.net has appointed Arron Bardoe as sales director.Bardoe has moved into the IFA sector after several years, initially with The Woolwich & more recently as a business development manager with Legal & General.Bardoe will be responsible for the continued development and on-going growth of the existing team, as well as actively recruiting new business partners.David […]
Figures from a Guardian/ICM poll show that just 37% of Britons feel that chancellor Gordon Brown should take credit for the success of Britain’s economy since Labour came to power. A whopping 83% of people also agree with the statement that since Labour came to power in 1997 the average person finds it harder to […]
The July figures from the Bank of England show the UK mortgage market is in excellent health with a 10.9bn increase in the total net lending to individuals.In comparison, net lending to individuals in June increased by 9.8bn, and the average increase over the previous six months was 10bn. The 9.8bn increase in net lending […]
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