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Infinity is ready to provide on-line compliant KFIs

Infinity Mortgages has today announced that it is now able to provide fully compliant on-line KFIs to mortgage brokers.

The KFI facility will be available to brokers on September 30 via Infinet, the company&#39s online processing system.

Infinity Mortgages was launched in January 2004. It is being made available to mortgage brokers in advance of M-Day so they can become familiar with the way it works.

Infinity chief executive Matt Gilmour says: “We have been working hard over the past six months to produce a state-of-the-art system and it&#39s great to be the first lender to show brokers what online KFIs are really all about.”


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