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AfI launches new website for brokers

Abbey for Intermediaries is launching an updated version of its website which offers brokers quick access to product criteria and pre-sales research tools.

The website will go live from March 30 and will allow brokers to customise their home page and conduct a postcode search for their nearest BDM.

Other features include a section detailing useful telephone numbers, a services page and a news updates section.

Clive Kornitzer, chief operating officer at AfI, says broker feedback was sought at every stage of the site’s development to ensure the proposition worked for brokers.

He adds: “The investment of time and money into this area of our business demonstrates our wider commitment to the broker market of which we are proud to be a part.”


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