RBS Intermediary Partners relaunches on Monday


RBS Intermediary Partners is to return to the mortgage market on Monday, the group has announced.

RBS closed the channel in 2010 after taking the decision to consolidate its entire broker lending through the NatWest Intermediary Solutions brand but IFAonline's sister title Mortgage Solutions reported earlier this year the group planned to relaunch the proposition to help increase mortgage lending. RBS IP will relaunch with a full range of house purchase, remortgage, first-time buyer and buy-to-let products. The lender said it will offer mortgages between 60-95% LTV. Alasdair McDonald will head the new Birmingham-based organisation, having worked across the UK mortgage market for t...

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