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PMN figure was incorrectly quoted in another magazine

From Dale Knight

I am writing with reference to Richard Griffith’s comment (Mortgage Strategy, October 17 2005) that the ‘promotional spin’ from Professional Mortgage Network says we have 440 member firms. I believe he is referring to the number which appeared in an article in another trade publication. This number was incorrectly reported and mixed up the number of Berkeley Independent Advisers member firms, with those of PMN.

PMN has 50 AR firms and we have never implied anything else.

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