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HMC moves closer to parent company

Household Mortgage Corporation is relocating to parent company First National Bank’s Harrow offices and will re-brand to bring it closer to the bank’s identity.

Although the name has yet to be confirmed it will see the mortgage specialist adopt its parents name in part.

The move from its offices in High Wycombe will be completed by March 2001 and re-branding begins this October.
HMC says the move will increase its strength and reach through the First National name.

Letters explaining the changes have been sent to mortgage intermediaries registered to HMC source products.

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