Heritable Bank today became an associate member of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries, a step the lender says marks ‘its commitment' to intermediaries.
In the past year the lender has seen its intermediated loan assets rise 40%, and the product range is set to grow through 2007.
Rob Griffiths, associate director of AMI, says the associate membership status is further recognition of the association’s role in the industry, as well as a good move for Heritable Bank.
Mark Sismey-Durrant, chief executive of Heritable Bank, says the company’s growth over the past year illustrates why it is important to support AMI’s work on behalf of broker firms.
“2007 will be another major year for our lending business, as we continue to make innovations and improvements to our product range to reflect the diverse needs of our clients, and theirs. Delivering first-class service and striving to find solutions will remain our firm guiding principles throughout the year ahead.”
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