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TML partners with John Charcol

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The Mortgage Lender has partnered with John Charcol to gain access to a team of over 100 advisers.

TML provides products for borrowers who do not fit the ‘one-size-fits-all’ model of some other lenders; standard status and impaired credit history borrowers, the self-employed, contract workers, and lending into retirement. TML’s tracker rates currently start at 1.98 per cent.

John Charcol managing director Walter Avrili says: “As a new lender with a can-do approach and a positive view of circumstances that may not be straightforward, TML bring a range of products to suit a growing number of borrowers.”

TML sales and marketing director Peter Thomson says: “Agreeing this partnership with John Charcol is fantastic news for us. As we look to grow our lending, Charcol’s UK-wide distribution and a reputation built over 40 years gives us a real boost, and we look forward to working with them.”

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