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Leeds & Holbeck launch new intermediary site

Leeds & Holbeck Building Society has launched a new intermediary website. The extension to its main e-commerce site now lets advisers access information at the click of a mouse. The site — www.leedsintroducer.co.uk — contains information on the Society&#39s product range, including deals, details of fees and charges and a selection of printable forms. Leeds & Holbeck corporate sales manager Jeff Kirk says the company is aiming to improve the ways in which it can better serve its business partners and their customers. He says the new microsite extends the ways in which advisers can contact the Society and that the improvements will work alongside its existing infrastructure to give 24 hour a day access.

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