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RBS the latest to support Origo

RBS Intermediary Partners has become the latest lender to join Origo’s mortgage e-standards initiative.
It is the fifteenth lender to sign up to Origo’s move into the mortgage market aimed at increasing efficiency, improving lender e-commerce capabilities and getting rid of unnecessary manual business processes.
Origo managing director Paul Pettitt says: “Our aim is to facilitate collaboration with all relevant parties and encourage the mortgage industry to work together to evolve ecommerce within the marketplace.”
RBS commercial director David Jones says: “We have a track record for consulting with our intermediary partners on industry issues. They fully support our involvement in this so we will take an active role in helping to develop a first class solution.”

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