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Cheshire chooses Adviser Office

Cheshire has chosen Adviser Office from 1st, a Vertex company, as the software system for its new subsidiary company, Cheshire Mortgage Brokers.

Adviser Office will provide a technology solution to support aspects of Cheshire Mortgage Brokers business. This includes applicant based fact finds, enhanced management reporting, and commission tracking

Jason Gaunt, marketing director Cheshire, says: Our new subsidiary company is a valuable addition to the Cheshire Group because it offers clients specialist advice through a team of brokers who can identify the most suitable mortgages in the market. Our decision to choose Adviser Office will provide valuable support and help enhance client service.

Richard Goodall, sales and marketing director, 1st, says: We are delighted to have been chosen to support the new broker service from Cheshire, helping to provide users with a one-stop shop approach to providing compliant mortgage advice. It is always pleasing to be chosen as the right solution by new clients, and reinforces our market leading position. We look forward to working with the Cheshire.


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