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M2i adds three to its member base

M2i has launched three more relationships to their member base.

The services of LifeQuote, Commercial Mortgage Solutions and Commercial Money Matters have been introduced to their members providing them with more choice and opportunity.

Steve Butler, head of m2i, says: We opened discussions with these companies following feedback from our members. Listening to and acting upon their requirements has been fundamental to our success in the first year of regulation.

LifeQuote will provide m2i members with access to all providers of Pure Protection products through an on-line quotation system. With a unique approach to processing protection applications through Express Underwriting and on-line case tracking, m2i members will find LifeQuotes protection solution is committed to making life simple.

Neil Carroll, head of business development at LifeQuote, says: We are delighted to be part of m2is Pure Protection solution to its members. M2i is a well respected and well established provider of services to mortgage professionals and have impressed LifeQuote with their ongoing commitment to enhancing the quality of their services to members and business partners. We believe that as part of that commitment, LifeQuote can deliver a valuable and unique service to m2i and its membership which will further enhance m2is growing reputation.

In addition services from Commercial Mortgage Solutions and Commercial Money Matters will provide innovative commercial funding solutions for prime, sub-prime and specialist commercial finance and commercial mortgage propositions in all sectors. They will work closely with m2i to develop a service tailored to the needs of their members.

Adrian Coles, director of Commercial Mortgage Solutions, says: We are delighted to be working with m2i and providing a whole of market commercial mortgage service offering to m2i members.

Graham Allen, sales director of Commercial Money Matters, says: Its great to be associated with a company such as m2i, they are well respected in the industry and I believe that our proposition will sit well alongside as both companies have a similar work ethic. We can bring over 100 years experience in our specialist field to the proposition and we look forward to helping drive the business forward.

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