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Burns-Anderson adds Money Partners Touch to panel

Burns Anderson has added Money Partners Touch to its lender panel.

The appointment will immediately offer the 500 advisers in the Burns-Anderson network access to Money Partners’ full range of mortgage products.

Network members are now able to benefit from Touch’s flexible e-decisioning tools, including real-time AVMs, free credit searches, pre-populated applications and full KFIs produced on each case. They will also have direct access to specialist telesales support and dedicated key relationship managers.

Burns Anderson mortgage and general insurance manager Andrew Bell says: “This exciting new arrangement has come as a direct result of listening to what our members want. They have seen Money Partners Touch become an important professional player in the industry since the business’ launch and we are pleased to be able to give them access to Touch’s exciting and extensive range of specialist products and services.”

Money Partners Touch sales director Martin Gilsenan adds: “Burns-Anderson is well known for offering its network members an outstanding level of choice and we are delighted to be joining the panel. We are particularly looking forward to showing the members the breadth of our capabilities to provide them with a wide range of products that fit their needs, all provided with the high level of service that Money Partners Touch has already become famous for.”

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