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Saffron BS signs exclusive deal with Key Partnerships

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Saffron BS signs exclusive deal with Key Partnerships
Saffron Building Society has signed an exclusive partnership with equity release referral service Key Partnerships.

 

This partnership is aimed at offering the mutual’s existing and new customers the opportunity to access specialist equity release advice.

New equity release lending has increased from £3.01bn in 2017 to £3.6bn in 2018, recording an increase of 19 per cent.

Key Partnerships has seen a 38 per cent increase in adviser referrals in 2018 compared to the same period in 2017.

Jason Ruse, head of Key Partnerships, said the interest in the later life lending market is growing rapidly and there is an increased number of consumers trying to access information and advice on equity release products as they consider their later life lending requirements.

He added: “This partnership is great news as it means that customers can approach a building society they trust for support with their later life lending needs – safe in the knowledge that Saffron has found a trusted partner who will support them through the equity release advice process if this is right for them.”

Colin Field, CEO at Saffron BS (pictured), said: “As a building society, we put customers at the heart of what we do and are therefore delighted to offer a range of later life lending options.

“We are aware that borrowing when you are older is a decision that needs to be considered carefully so we are delighted to be able to offer our customers access to market leading equity release advice from Key Partnerships.”

 

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