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Berkeley Alexander in deal with The Exchange

Berkeley Alexander is to provide The Exchange service to all its members, in a deal that will also see it distributing its range of General Insurance products via The Exchange trading platform.

Berkeley Alexander will promote The Exchange to all its business introducers, including Ifs and non-regulated brokers, and will adopt The Exchange Mortgage Souring service as one of its preferred partners.

The Exchange and Berkeley Alexander will also develop a customized version of The Exchange trading platform for Berkeley Alexander’s members.

The Exchange director of product marketing Chris Baker says: "We are very pleased to be working with Berkeley Alexander. The partnership arrangement will help to extend our services still further into the mortgage intermediary and non-regulated broker market."

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