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Together backs broker teamwork for Brexit fallout

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Specialist lender Together is reassuring brokers that it will work with them to deal with any Brexit fallout.

Together commercial chief executive Marc Goldberg says: “Whilst it’s too early to understand the resulting impact the Brexit vote is going to have on the UK economy, we want to reassure our broker partners that we’re committed to supporting them in overcoming any potential hurdles, so that we come through this transitional period working together, just as we’ve always done.”

Together has a loan book of more than £1.7bn, with new lending for the 12 months to March 2016 of £971m.

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