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Platform joins The Mortgage Alliance’s panel of mortgage lenders

The Mortgage Alliance has appointed Platform the intermediary lender of Britannia Building Society, to its panel of mortgage lenders.


Platform, an all-status lender, will now be able to offer its advisory clients rates on non-conforming, right-to-buy and prime mortgages, in addition to self-certification and buy-to-let products.

The Mortgage Alliance managing director says: “Platform is a significant addition and we look forward to working with them to offer a complete range of products and services.”

Platform sales and marketing director Guy Batchelor, says: “Our aim is to provide TMAs members with high quality, competitive products delivered through a first class service.”

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