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AToM partners with GE

All Types of Mortgages, the packager/distributor has revealed that it will remain on GE’s approved packager panel.

Dale Jannels, sales and marketing director for AToM, says: “AToM has been a long term supporter of the GE brand and are delighted to continue to offer their products. GE has taken some positive steps forward in this incredibly tough market to assist clients who are looking to repair their credit histories.

“igroup’s recent refresh suggests that the GE management team clearly understand the customer’s needs in the current market – every day we are seeing an increase in clients who cannot obtain a mortgage and such products are a welcome supply for this increased demand, especially with no ERCs. I hope other lenders follow suit quickly.”

Mark Snape, sales director at GE, says: “We’re really pleased to be working with AToM. We’ve had a good, strong and long standing relationship. As a packager, AToM share the same views as GE and their longevity in the market and recent diversifications in to new areas show that AToM is a forward-thinking company.

“GE chose AToM for many reasons, but their quality of packaged business and relationships with their wide distribution are second to none. We look forward to continuing to enhance our partnership.”

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