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Manchester Building Society receives MTA

Manchester Building Society Mortgage Brokering Services has received its minded to approve letter from the FSA.

General manager Neil Armitage says he is “delighted” it has received the letter relatively quickly and that he thinks it is one of the first smaller networks to do so.

He says: “It will help with our recruitment of appointed representatives. A key marketing tool we have used it to say we are a building society and already talk to the FSA and will get approved. This letter is the proof.”

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