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Hamptons firms-up deal with Towry Law

Hamptons International Mortgages has finally signed on the dotted line with Towry Law, securing an exclusive two-year introducer agreement. Hamptons will be taking on the Towry Law mortgage services staff in mid-November. The deal is estimated to be worth around 200m a year in fresh loan volume. Towry Law currently has around 150 IFAs.
Hamptons managing director Kevin Duffy says: “This is a deal which has meaningful benefits for all the participants. I will be disappointed if by this time next year Hamptons has not secured similar arrangements with other IFA-facing businesses.”

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