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PMS announces second quarter results

Premier Mortgage Service has announced its second quarter business volumes with £22.8bn applications and £16.7bn completions.

It says it should be hit its full year targets of £44bn applications and £33bn completions.

PMS says it will be moving premises in Birmingham to accomodate its growing market proposition.

Abbey director of mortgages and protection Ricky Okey says: ” John Malone together with Lisa and Rob in Birmingham work tremendously hard to promote the interests of mortgage intermediaries, and excellence for consumers.

Abbey is delighted to continue supporting PMS activities and particularly welcome the opportunity to contribute to a wide range of intermediary market issues via PMS roadshows and events.”

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