Bank of Ireland UK extends mortgage offering in intermediary market after successful trial

16 February 2015


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Bank of Ireland UK is widening distribution of Bank of Ireland for Intermediaries in Great Britain from 16 February to appointed representatives of First Complete, part of the LSL Group.

This follows the successful pilot to three First Complete estate agencies, Reeds Rains, Your Move, and Embrace Mortgage Services announced in December.

This move is part of a roll-out planned over 2015 to widen intermediary distribution as part of the Bank’s growth strategy.

Alison Pallett Director of Sales, Bank of Ireland UK said

I’m delighted to announce that the Bank is taking further steps into the intermediary mortgage market under its own brand. This is in addition to the successful launches with Bank of Ireland for Intermediaries last year in Northern Ireland and with Post Office for Intermediaries. Our plans are to widen distribution strategically in 2015 so we can maintain excellent service and deliver a new mortgage platform that will transform intermediaries experience in mortgage management.

David Copland, Director of Mortgage Services for the LSL Group, commented on the relationship;

This has been a phased roll-out which has allowed Bank of Ireland UK to maintain service standards. I am looking forward to rolling the products out to the rest of the LSL Group in due course.

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