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TMP adds edeus to panel

The Mortgage Partnership has added edeus to its packaged panel.

edeus, scheduled to launch next month, officially announced its initial chosen packager list last week.

Products from the the highly anticipated new lender will be available for intermediaries fully packaged at TMP from launch date.

TMP say edeus will offer an extensive specialist product range including sub-prime from near-prime to heavy, buy-to-let with multiple rental calculations, Income buy-to-Let and adverse buy-to-let and true self-cert.

John Mawdsley, director of The Mortgage Partnership, says: “The launch of edeus is one of the most highly anticipated lender launches for decades. We believe that their fresh approach and innovative ideas will help shake up the competition which will benefit the market as a whole.

“Naturally The Mortgage Partnership is delighted to be part of the launch which will further improve our packaging proposition to brokers and their clients. We wish all the team at edeus good fortune and look forward to having a long and fruitful, relationship with them.”

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