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General insurance network CETA signs up with six mortgage networks

General insurance network Central Electronic Tracking Agency has been appointed by six mortgage networks to provide a range of general insurance products to their members. The networks are First Mortgage Options, Genesis, Guaranteed Home Loans Network Services, Mortgage 2000, Optima and PMH Alliance.

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Over £16bn completions for L&G mortgage club in 2003

Legal & General&#39s mortgage club members completed over £16bn of mortgages in 2003, up 24 per cent from 2002. It says that part of its success is down to the volume of exclusive deals it negotiates with lenders on its panel, which accounted for almost £3.5bn of the mortgages completed last year.

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