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Mortgages PLC joins L&G mortgage club

Mortgages PLC has been appointed to the Legal & General mortgage club as part of a housing and insurance partnership arrangement.

The appointment means Mortgages PLC will be making its entire product range available to L&G members along with its online on demand system.

Pete Thomson, sales director of Mortgages PLC, says: Were delighted to be appointed to the L&G mortgage club.

“L&G has a strong reputation and has been an active player in the mortgage market for many years.

“I look forward to building a mutually productive working relationship with L&G and its intermediary partners.

John Cupis, mortgages and propositions director for L&G, adds: The launch of Mortgages PLC to the club brings our members access to an established player in the growing specialist lending market.

“Mortgages PLC has a strong team behind it and we are delighted to welcome it to the club.

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