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Synaptic adviser software compares mortgages

Synaptic Systems is launching a product comparison service for mortgages.

The company is hoping users of its existing Synaptic Product Research

Professional will use the bolt-on facility for client servicing.

The software is designed to allow advisers to identify the most

appropriate lender quicker than conventional search methods. More than 100

lenders have signed up to be included on the service.

Synaptic says the software can bring not only quicker quotations but also

electronic transactions. The company says the product aims to give

financial advisers a competitive edge by increasing their efficiency.

Managing director Selwyn Herring says: “This demonstrates our commitment

to the IFA market by providing the opportunity to offer a further range of

services.”

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