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TSB named as new Ami annual dinner sponsor

The annual association of mortgage intermediaries annual dinner will now be sponsored by TSB.

This follows the termination of Santander’s sponsorship of 15 years, as announced in early December last year.

Held in late June in London at Sheraton Park Lane, the event is expected to attract over 300 attendees from the mortgage lending and advice sectors.

On the incoming sponsorship, Ami chief executive Robert Sinclair says: “I am really pleased that TSB has become the second ever sponsor of the Ami annual dinner.

“As a significant challenger bank who are keen to be at the front of innovation and change in the market and as passionate advocates of the intermediary, it is great to have them supporting our main event in the mortgage calendar. The Ami board is delighted to welcome the partnership with Roland and the team.”

TSB mortgage intermediary director Roland McCormack adds: “We are delighted and honoured to be sponsoring the Ami dinner. The work Robert and team do on behalf of brokers is vital in ensuring we have a strong and vibrant Intermediary sector, focused on giving quality advice and product choice to customers.”

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