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L&G Club gives members access to secured loans platform

Legal & General Mortgage Club has teamed up with The Lending Wizard software platform to give its members access to online sourcing for secured and unsecured loans.

Ben Thompson, managing director of L&G Mortgage Club, says: “The Lending Wizard loans system is a great addition to our offering for advisors looking to raise additional finance for customers in situations where a traditional remortgage is not available or not best advice.

“As a master broker, The Lending Wizard will provide advisors and their customers with instant, accurate quotations from their panel of lenders using a soft quotation credit search without negatively impacting on the customer and their credit score.”

Nicola Winter, managing director of The Lending Wizard, adds: “Advisors will find our system easy to use no matter what their level of experience in the secured and unsecured loans market.

“Ultimately we hope to assist in giving greater breadth of options to their customers in a prompt and accurate way that does not impact negatively on their credit score.”

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