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UTB appointed to MCI Mortgage Club’s lender panel

United Trust Bank (UTB) has been appointed to the lender panel of MCI Mortgage Club.

UTB is a specialist lender with flexible criteria for both employed and self-employed clients, and it does not rate them based on their credit score. It also considers non-prime customers and non-standard construction property types. 

Melanie Spencer, head of MCI Mortgage Club, said: “MCI and UTB share a passion for technology, which is at the heart of both of our businesses. Our CRM system and digital mortgage platform includes full integrations with third party partners to cover the whole mortgage journey and was built by our sister company eKeeper. The partnership with UTB extends our reach into second charge and brings our members more choice for specialist mortgages including residential, bridging and development finance.”

Mike Walters, sales director for property intermediaries at United Trust Bank, added: “We are looking forward to working with MCI and introducing its members to UTB’s familiar brand of outstanding service and common-sense approach to underwriting.

“Our investment in technology has made it easy for brokers and their clients to communicate and complete business with us quickly and securely. Our online DIP ensures everyone experiences a quick, smooth and successful journey from application to completion.”

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