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Lime has the zest for loan roadshows

Network Lifetime Insur-ance Mortgage Experts is hosting a series of industry roadshows over the coming weeks.

The roadshows will look at regulation, training and the latest support provisions from Lime.

Latest initiatives from the network included in the programme are a comprehensive general insur-ance and packager panel, online conveyancing, marketing support, general insurance solutions, a select lender programme and market news.

Lime, which has received its full authorisation from the FSA, will be giving several presentations during the roadshows.

Speakers include out-going Aifa director-general Paul Smee and AMI director Chris Cummings.

The roadshows will be held in Edinburgh, Leeds, Dorking, Stratfordupon-Avon and Bristol throughout September and October.

Tenet Group chartered marketer Richard Ardron says: “The roadshows will include speaking slots from special leading ind-ustry guests, opinion and guidance from primary lenders and providers within the market and the opportunity to hear from figures within the Tenet Group.”

Tenet chief executive Simon Hudson says: “We are very excited about rec-eiving the full permission from the FSA for Lime being a major player in this market and the first mortgage network to launch.”


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