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Openwork adds Post Office to lender panel
Openwork has added Post Office for Intermediaries to its mortgage lender panel.

 

The lender, which was launched in 2014 as partnership between Post Office Money and Bank of Ireland UK (BoI), has overhauled its approach this year.

In April BoI announced that Post Office for Intermediaries would become its dominant mortgage lending brand by the summer and it has since signed distribution deals with Sesame and PMS.

It specialises in residential and buy-to-let mortgages and the Post Office Family Link and the Post Office Retirement Link products are both now available to Openwork advisers.

Openwork mortgage, protection and general insurance proposition director Paul Shearman said: “Openwork enjoys a strong existing relationship with Bank of Ireland, so the development of the Post Office offering that aims to help first-time buyers get onto the housing ladder, as well as supporting customers looking to borrow into later life, is one that will be beneficial for our advisers.”

 

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