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Pink adds edeus to panel

Pink Home Loans has appointed edeus to its packaged panel.

This follows last weeks announcement that edeus had been added to Pinks direct-to-lender panel.

David Copland, sales & marketing director at Pink, says: It is all about choice, by adding Edeus to both panels it allows brokers to choose whether they would like to use the multi lender cascade facility offered by our packaging arm or send the case directly to the lender. Some of our most successful lender relationships are where both options are available to the intermediary.”

Martin Reynolds, director of corporate accounts at Edeus, adds: We are delighted to now be adding Pink as a packaged partner. It is important to Edeus to be working with one of the largest mortgage aggregators in the UK, and to be offering their Appointed Representatives and their directly authorised firms the choice of sending business to us directly or through their packaging arm.

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