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TMA Club adds Saffron for Intermediaries to panel

  • 05/10/2018
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TMA Club adds Saffron for Intermediaries to panel
TMA Club has added Saffron for Intermediaries to its panel as part of its growth plans.


Members will be able to access Saffron’s product range, which includes residential, buy-to-let and self-build mortgages.

The lender provides access to those who may be turned away by high street lenders, such as the self-employed, contractors or those with irregular incomes.

The addition of Saffron for Intermediaries complements other recent additions, including Precise Mortgages and Leek United Building Society.

Senior product and business manager at TMA, Rob McCoy (pictured), said: “The addition of Saffron for Intermediaries is a great step in enhancing the services available to our brokers’ to ensure their customers’ ever-growing needs are met.

“As we continue to expand our lender panel, these new products and services will enable our advisers to reach out to a wider spectrum of borrowers, including those who are unable to access lending via traditional channels.”

Anita Arch, head of mortgage sales at Saffron for Intermediaries, added: “Pairing TMA’s strong position in the UK intermediary market with our ability to help borrowers in non-traditional circumstances, we can now work together to ensure more brokers are provided with access to a wider and more suitable range of mortgage products for their customers.”

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