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Sesame Bankhall launches online mortgage processing service

Sesame Bankhall Group has launched an online mortgage processing service for advisors in partnership with Melton Mowbray Building Society.

The Sesame Bankhall Specialist Lending Services processes mortgage applications on behalf of lenders and aims to help advisers place more complex cases with specialist lenders.

The service offers exclusive access to 10 lenders occupying the near-prime to medium-adverse market as well as five bridging lenders. Exclusive products from panel lenders are also available.

GE Money Home Lending sales director Mark Snape says: “This venture will add further value to SBG members by enabling them to access a range of new and specialist products. We look forward to supporting SBG with this new service and developing our relationship with SBSLS.”

Melton Mowbray chief executive Martin Reason says: “This is a major development for the Melton Group which combines SBG’s market reach and industry expertise with our proven capability in processing specialist mortgage cases for brokers.”

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