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MAB adds Moneybox to broker network

Mortgage Advice Bureau has added Moneybox Financial Management to its national broker network.

Moneybox has a 30 strong team of advisers in the South East, East Midlands and South West.

Peter Brodnicki, chief executive of MAB, says: “The business has a strong culture and team spirit which is key to the future success of Moneybox, and we look forward to working with the advisers and management team.”

Terry Dutton, sales director at Moneybox, adds: “It took a great deal of time to research the best option for Moneybox that would secure the company’s future and help it grow and prosper despite today’s challenging times.

“Our advisers have responded very well to MAB’s involvement and their forward thinking approach, and so we are looking forward to some exciting times ahead.”


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