M&S Bank to launch mortgage range

Planned for early next year

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Retail giant Marks & Spencer's banking arm has announced plans to launch a mortgage range for first-time buyers and home movers.

The firm plans to roll out its first mortgage products early next year, subject to regulatory approval, The Telegraph reported. M&S Bank chief executive Sue Fox said: "Many of our customers have shopped with M&S their whole lives, feeling the comfort of the brand at every key life event. "We're now in a position to support our customers with the biggest financial decision they'll ever make - their home." M&S Bank launched in 2012 and now has four million customers. It offers credit cards, loans and current accounts.  The bank has its roots in the financial services divis...

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