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TMA tops 7,000 members

The Mortgage Alliance has registered 7,000 members to its mortgage club.

Since its launch seven years ago TMA has grown steadily over time but, despite market turmoil in the first quarter of 2008, this growth has accelerated with the mortgage club already signing up over 500 brokers since the beginning of the year.

TMA believes strong relationships are paramount in todays marketplace and reflect the need for advisers to form strong affiliations in order to maximize opportunities and add true value to their propositions.

Phil Whitehouse, head of TMA, says: I am delighted to be running a mortgage distribution company that has the pedigree, backing and track record of the TMA mortgage club. TMA was launched over seven years ago and to reach a milestone like 7,000 registered brokers it is great testimony to our proposition and the wide appeal we have in the intermediary market. We are working hard across our range of service propositions to be in a position to offer added value and sustained quality to intermediaries and this quest will continue as we look to expand even further into new sectors of the market.

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