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West Bromwich Building Society buys Mortgage Force

West Bromwich Building Society has bought Mortgage Force for an undisclosed sum.

The deal went through last night and has been confirmed by West Brom this afternoon.

Rob Clifford will remain as chief executive. The building society aims to double business turnover.

Mortgage Force will continue to give independent and unbiased advice.

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