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PMS and Sesame expand lender panels

  • 10/12/2019
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PMS and Sesame expand lender panels
PMS Mortgage Club and Sesame Network, part of Sesame Bankhall Group, have added the Teachers for Intermediaries range of mortgage products to its respective panels.


Teachers for Intermediaries is a mutual organisation operating throughout England and Wales which specialises in offering mortgages to teachers. It also has a range of products for first-time buyers, home movers and customers who are remortgaging. 

Jane Benjamin (pictured), director of mortgages at Sesame and PMS, said: “Teachers for Intermediaries was founded to help those in the education sector to get onto the property ladder, but it has expanded to support people of all professions.  

“This means that more people can benefit from the society’s range of mortgage products. We are pleased to welcome the Teachers for Intermediaries to our PMS and Sesame lender panels and we look forward to working with their team.” 

David Leek, head of sales and marketing at Teachers for Intermediaries, added: “Teachers for Intermediaries is delighted to have launched with PMS and Sesame.  

“We look forward to working closely with the Sesame and PMS team to support, add value and be challenged with some unusual, complex mortgage cases by their mortgage broker community very soon.” 


InterBay Commercial joins Sesame panel

InterBay Commercial, part of OneSavings Bank, has partnered with Sesame Network to provide a direct submission route for its members.  

Sesame Network members will be able to access InterBay’s bridging and complex buy-to-let products, offering advisers access to lending against a range of property types for individual investors and trading businesses. 

Darrell Walker, head of sales at InterBay Commercial, said: “I’m delighted that InterBay can offer Sesame broker members our extensive expertise and understanding of borrower types.   

“We’re particularly pleased to offer our competitive bridging solutions, as we’ve listened to broker feedback and streamlined the process to enable brokers to respond faster to their clients’ needs.” 

Stephanie Charman, specialist lending relationship manager at Sesame Bankhall Group, added: “InterBay, with its range of specialist buy-to-let and bridging products, is a welcome addition to our Sesame Network panel.  

“This move provides our members with further solutions across both their bridging and complex buy-to-let cases. We are very pleased that InterBay has been able to support this latest launch to panel.” 


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