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LMS partners with The Right Mortgage and Protection Network

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  • 02/12/2015
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LMS partners with The Right Mortgage and Protection Network
The Right Mortgage and Protection Network has appointed LMS to join its conveyancing panel, which will provide the network with its intermediary-focused conveyancing products.

The network launched in February this year and has seen the likes of Ben Allen, Jane Benjamin and Lauren Bagley join in recent months.

LMS, a conveyancing panel management firm, will deliver its products to the network which offers a full suite of residential conveyancing solutions.

Huw Lewis, sales and marketing director of LMS, said the firm was looking forward to working with a new face in the market that is attracting a growing number of advisers.

“LMS is an established conveyancing panel provider with a strong track record for delivering a superb service, a hugely important factor for networks. Our intermediary service, at the forefront of the market and with distinct service levels, will therefore prove an ideal fit for The Right Mortgage and Protection Network.”

Martin Wilson, CEO at The Right Mortgage and Protection Network, added: “LMS has extensive experience working with intermediaries. This – along with the award-winning service – is the reason we chose to partner with it. LMS’ proven reputation in the area is the exact kind of support that will provide our members with convenient, secure and quality conveyancing services.”

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