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Tenet members get access to Mortgage Brain’s Key

Mortgage 34860 Gemma Harle of Aegon. © Teri Pengilley/ UNP 0845 600 7737

Tenet Group is now offering its members access to Mortgage Brain’s ‘the Key’ point-of-sale, CRM and compliance system.

The Key supports the sale of mortgages and other financial products and helps Tenet advisers run their back office compliantly and efficiently.

The software connects to Mortgage Brain, Mortgage Trading Exchange and insurance and protection companies.

It also pre-populates client data to save advisers time.

TenetLime managing director Gemma Harle says: “In terms of business management capabilities we are confident that the Key provides all the tools our members need to deliver excellent mortgage advice and a sales process which helps them to consistently exceed customer expectations.”

Mortgage Brain chief executive Mark Lofthouse says: “We’re delighted that Tenet Group has chosen Mortgage Brain as its partner for the provision of point-of-sale, CRM and mortgage sourcing solutions to its members.”

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