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Conti and Mortgage Brain offer overseas mortgage sourcing

Conti has entered into a strategic partnership with Mortgage Brain which will allow brokers to source overseas mortgages in the same way they would for a UK mortgage.

The overseas mortgage sourcing system is set to launch within a matter of weeks and will integrate overseas mortgages as a core part of the Mortgage Brain service.

Simon Conn, former sales and marketing director at the overseas mortgage company, left the firm at the end of January.

The partnership with Mortgage Brain is part of Conti’s strategy to relaunch to the broker market under its new management team.

Michael Axelrod, commercial director at Conti, says: “This partnership will allow us to maximise synergies and provide something which has been missing from the market – a total solution for brokers.

“Conti and Mortgage Brain are best placed to offer this service which combines UK and international mortgages for the first time.”

Mark Lofthouse, chief executive of Mortgage Brain, says: “One of our prime objectives is to supply brokers with all the tools they need to conduct profitable business within the mortgage industry.

“We are committed to providing them with value added services and, where relevant, partnering with appropriate organisations to help them provide a fast, efficient and more complete service for their customers.”

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