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TMA Club announces video channel

TMA Club has launched a new video channel through YouTube.

The club says that the channel is dedicated to partner and provider support and that “TMA VISION” will provide members with the latest industry news, updates on exclusive products, educational videos, webinars and mortgage market updates. The club sees the channel acting as an industry hub.

TMA development director Lisa Martin comments: “TMA VISION means advisers can tune in to the latest club and industry news on demand, at any time.

“Technology is paramount in providing ease and speed for brokers, so they can focus on their clients’ needs. Our new channel does just that and we are confident that lenders and advisers will benefit in equal measure.”


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