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Mortgage Talk signs with L&G network for five more years

Mortgage Talk has renewed its contract with Legal & General Partnership Services and has signed up with the network for another five years.

The company has been an appointed representative under the L&G mortgage network since M-Day and has been working with L&G since 1994.

Peter Birch, chairman of Mortgage Talk, says: “We’ve committed to LGPSL for another five years and are delighted to be aligned with such a strong brand.

“We’ll continue to use the L&G Mortgage Club, which gives us access to tranches of mortgages and exclusive deals that we can’t get elsewhere.”

Duncan Crocker, managing director of intermediary distribution at L&G, says: “In tough times companies stand shoulder to shoulder to support each other and we are pleased to continue our successful partnership with Mortgage Talk.

“Our network continues to evolve to support firms like Mortgage Talk with the systems and the training that they need to survive the tough market conditions.

“We’re helping advisers maximise new appointments and to identify potential customer leads, as well as make the most of their existing client bank.”

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