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Together reveals L&G partnership

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Together has announced a new partnership with Legal & General.

Members of Legal & General’s mortgage club will able to tap into the lender’s range of specialist finance products as a result of the tie-up

Intermediaries will have access to Together’s online portal, My Broker Venue, where they can submit cases, receive full decisions-in-principle and make use of personal support from the Together team.

Together has announced a host of distribution deals in recent months, including partnerships with Paradigm, Personal Touch and SimplyBiz.

Together group intermediary relationship director Richard Tugwell says: “The specialist lending market is seeing strong growth as more and more customers find themselves falling short of the mainstream criteria for a whole host of reasons, and that’s where we can help.”

Legal & General head of lender relationships Danny Belton says it is important for members of its mortgage club to have access to a range of lenders across all sectors.

He adds: “As the specialist sector continues to grow, it is great to be able to strengthen our proposition by adding new lenders such as Together onto our panel. Together is recognised as a strong player in the specialist lending sector and will be a welcome addition to our offering.”

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