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Marks and Spencer adds Intrinsic and Stonebridge to mortgage distribution network

  • 01/10/2018
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Marks and Spencer adds Intrinsic and Stonebridge to mortgage distribution network
Marks and Spencer Bank has appointed both Intrinsic and Stonebridge to its network of mortgage intermediary partners.


This announcement follows a number of new mortgage broker partner appointments over the summer.

Paul Stokes, head of products at M&S Bank, said that the latest appointments will support more homebuyers, home movers and remortgagers to realise their property ambitions.

Gemma Harle, managing director of Intrinsic’s mortgage network, said: “It’s great to be partnering with M&S Bank.

“Its range of products, including those for first time buyers and home movers, make it a unique proposition and one that we feel will really resonate with our members and their customers.”

M&S Bank launched its first mortgage range in January this year offering a number of fixed and tracker options available to home movers and customers looking to remortgage.

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