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Pink adds edeus to panel

Pink Home Loans today announces that it has added edeus to its panel of lenders.

Based in Lichfield, Staffordshire, Pink was involved in more than 3.4bn of home loans in 2005.

David Copland, sales & marketing director at Pink, says: This is an excellent combination – a proven team of industry professionals combined with a service proposition that is second to none.

“There are a lot of new entrants out there and existing players wanting to move into niche areas of the mortgage market. If I was a betting man it would be on Michael and his team.

Martin Reynolds, director of corporate accounts at edeus, adds: The addition of edeus to the Pink mortgage panel is further proof that the market is embracing the fresh ideas that we are bringing to our launch.

“Using the marketing and distribution skills of Pink we are confident that both parties and ultimately the customer and adviser will benefit from the product and technology innovation that we will offer.

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