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Premier Network Group aims to grow to 60 AR firms in 2008

Premier Network Group has plans to increase its Appointed Representative mark to 60 firms by the middle of the year.

PNG was established as a network in August 2006 and has grown considerably since that time. It is currently the Principal for 23 AR firms, currently containing approximately 40 brokers.

The network is also targeting a move into the top five mortgage networks by the start of 2009.

PNG’s network charges ARs a flat fee per month regardless of the volume of business conducted.

Head of group sales and marketing Karen Butt says: “2008 is a pivotal year for Premier Network Group and we have major plans to expand the number of AR firms under our network proposition and broaden our reach across the whole of the UK. The PNG network provides a range of services across a variety of product areas to AR firms. PNG is also able to ensure that every single firm under the PNG network banner is looked after and we work tirelessly with the management to ensure they reach their true business potential.

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