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Pink Home Loans joins AMI

Pink Home Loans has announced it is joining the Association of
Mortgages Intermediaries in the face of the impending regulation of
the mortgage market in October, 2004.

Pink says it will offer comprehensive compliance solution to its
customers post-regulation and its decision to join has been
influenced by the necessity that its regulatory offering meet the needs
of brokers.

With this latest signing, the AMI now boasts more than 2,000
members.

Pink Homes Loans managing director Tony Jones says: “Pink Home
Loans recognises the importance of belonging to an organisation
that promotes professionalism within the intermediary market.”

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