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RBS launches online application service for advisers

RBS Intermediary Partners has launched an online application facility for advisers.

Intermediaries will now be able to submit applications online for all four brands and they will also be able to generate an online key facts illustration and an online agreement in principle as well as track the progress of their applications submitted through the website.

RBS director of intermediary mortgages Caroline Marsh says: “I am delighted that we now have full online trading to make it even easier for our intermediary partners to do business with us.

“We have listened to our brokers and have focused our efforts on building a convenient and easy-to-use website. Our intermediary partners will now only need one username and password to submit business online for any of our four brands –

“Once a KFI or AIP has been completed online, our online application form is automatically pre-populated with the customer data, removing the need for rekeying and – in doing so – saving brokers time.”


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